'... there is a striking difference between Kasemann and most of his theologian compatriots. He is a radical to his fingertips. Nothing is sacrosanctapart from his beloved Paul. He can always be relied on to produce something desperately honest, deeply searching, highly uncomfortable, and absolutely brilliant. It is not surprising that his lectutes have drawn such crowds over the years ... Kasemann provides us with a gale of bracing air which will toughen robust Christian spirits but cause the anaemic to catch pneumonia and die.' Church of England Newspaper
. when he is really on the track of the truth about the Gospel and Christ, he writes moving and stimulating pages... The vigour of these utterances is well conveyed in the English translation by Canon W. J. Montague.' New Blackfriars
.. a learned, lively and hardhitting volume which will give English readers an insight into the questions that are exercising radical German Protestantism today.' Scottish Journal of Theology
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