Jude was, for a long time, a neglected and overlooked letter. This started to change in the 1980s and 1990s, with new commentaries being written. In this series, Dick Lucas demonstrates the acute pertinence of the letter to the contemporary church. Jude's analysis of the problems facing the churches of his day is arresting, particularly in the connection he makes between a distorted gospel and perverted living and in his devastating critique of corrupt leaders. A sobering series, which speaks incisively today.