Over on Euagelion, Michael Bird has pointed an interview with Gordon Fee. As many will know, Gordon Fee has been a strong, positive voice in the field of biblical studies. Fee retired from Regent College in Vancouver, Canada, but has remained active in writing and lecturing on the New Testament.
Apparently Fee has a new commentary on Revelation published by Wipf & Stock. In the video Fee mentions that it was to be published in March of 2010. But I can't find it anywhere on the web.
The video is a nice summary of Fee's views on Revelation and how it should be interpreted. It is about 30 minutes long and those who are hoping he will identify the Anti-Christ or provide a date for the end of the world will be disappointed. Instead, you will hear a responsible perspective on how to handle this very bizarre book.