How far would you go to free your mother from slavery?
Using his power as a Praetorian tribune, Theudas begins a search for his mother with the aim of freeing her from slavery. Emperor Severus is consolidating his hold on power and setting in motion renewed persecution of the Christians in Rome. When Antonius’s family is threatened with exposure to the cunning and ruthless Praetorian Prefect, Theudas must decide if he will endanger his quest and his life to save his friends. Through it all he wrestles with the question: does faith in Christ mean committing heresy against his Jewish roots? Or is Jesus truly his Messiah?
Reviewers say . . .
“I enjoyed every part of this book. I like the intrigue and the historical setting. This one and the first book are my favorites so far.”