In Paul and Jesus, Herman Ridderbos seeks to understand the preaching of Paul within the framework of the history of revelation. The book is an introduction to Paul in that it deals with the main perspectives of his preaching and critically compares the latter with the self-disclosure of Jesus. Although the primary aim of the work is to arrive at a clear understanding of the character of Paul’s preaching, Ridderbos carries on a continuous polemic with outstanding representatives of New Testament criticism and devotes considerable attention to the position of R. Bultmann, so that the subtitle of Paul and Jesus might well have been Revelation or Myth.
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