I often wonder, "If Jesus returned to earth years after his death would he even have recognized the followers or ideals of what he taught. Or would he have looked at Paul and said "Ahhh Man! Paul, what the f!!k did you do!?!."
I don't think Christians of today understand how much of what they believe and do is actually Greek and Roman Philosophy rather than the teachings of Jesus. Jesus was a Jew after all, he was most certainly not a Christian. In fact he never asked people to be titled Christians but rather, simply, to follow him. To refer oneself as Christian would have been absurd in those days. The term Christian is to mean 'follower of Christ' but do "Christians" of today actually follow Christ or do they follow Paul? I think a more fitting term to refer to themselves, rather than Christians, would be "Paulanity" the 'followers of Paul'.
In my opinion I think Paul has gotten the better of Jesus, despite how buff Jesus looks.