Description: In these Didsbury Lectures, Donald Guthrie examines the practical relevance of the book of Revelation for the church today. With this purpose in view, he does not elaborate upon the literary history of the book, nor upon theories concerning its relevance for the future. However, his theme leads him to pay substantial attention to a variety of current theories concerning the interpretation of certain aspects of the book. This is essentially a practical book. It offers helpful and challenging insights to individuals and to readers who may wish to use it in sermon preparation. About the Contributor(s): Donald Guthrie was Vice-Principal of London Bible College where he lectured on New Testament for more than thirty years. His authored several standard works on the New Testament.