The degree to which the Tyndale New Testament Commentary series fulfills its stated goal, "to help the non-technical reader to understand his Bible better" has been shown uniformly excellent throughout the series. Despite being non-technical commentaries, Tyndale Commentaries are nevertheless exegetical and discuss the major issues that scholars are concerned with in ordinary language.Until his passing in 2006, Leon Morris was one the most respected names in New Testament scholarship. His many commentaries encompass every genre in the New Testament, and testify to a life of learning and faithful study of Scripture. Morris' style is perfect for anyone who wants to learn about the Bible, and his abilities to explain and elucidate are particularly brilliant in the Tyndale series. Revelation is a notoriously intimidating and difficult book, but Morris brings its concepts down to earth and roots the understanding of the reader in the book original context, and explains its enigmatic elements from that base. This commentary is one of Morris' best and once read you will never see Revelation the same way again.