It has been fashionable in New Testament scholarship to view the apostle Paul as a religious freelancer who corrupted Jesus' teachings. David Wenham has written convincingly against this view, and in this new book he introduces readers to the true Paul. Rooted in a thorough kwledge of the New Testament, this book fulfills two important purposes. First, it provides a superb introduction to Paul himself. Wenham describes Paul's early life, shows the importance of his conversion, and follows him on his missionary journeys. Second, the book explores Paul's relation to Jesus. Writing in dialogue with those who wish to distance Paul from Jesus, Wenham shows just how important the ministry and teaching of Jesus were to Paul's own thought and evangelism. What emerges from a study of Paul's epistles is a man who drew extensively on the traditions of Jesus and faithfully worked to spread his message to the rest of the world.