What relevance does the book of Revelation hold for our lived reality within secular societies? In this book, Dr Fabi n Santiago explores concepts of authority, society, and political power against the backdrop of the Apocalypse and in conversation with Oliver O'Donovan's political theology. Santiago offers a reading of Revelation that does not bypass its exegetical complexities, but instead allows for new possibilities of engagement. He investigates the conception of authority presented in Revelation - a conception centered on the throne of God and transformed by the exalted Jesus - and argues that this divine authority ultimately correlates with the Fellowship of the Throne, a liturgical community mediated by the risen Christ. An excellent resource for students of political theory and theology, Christology, and biblical narrative, this book offers a powerful theo-political critique of secular discourse on the nature of political authority.