By Reginald H. Fuller / SCM Press / 1954
In this response to claims made in Rudolph Bultmann’s Theology of the New Testament, Reginald H. Fuller explores the presuppositions found in the theology of the early church. Bultmann argued that Jesus’ message was the presupposition of New Testament theology, and not a part of the theology itself. Fuller disagrees, proposing an alternative to Bultmann’s interpretation—one that more fully integrates the teachings of Jesus with those of the early church.
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Reginald Fuller (1915–2007) was a biblical scholar specializing in Christology. He was professor emeritus at Virginia Theological Seminary and wrote the influential treatise The Foundations of New Testament Christology.