It was not his dream; it was his destiny, and the journey it required would surely mean death. Who was he – a simple Rabbi born the lowly son of a Bedouin Shepherd – to go up against the Roman Army? Would he turn his back on his calling or follow his path to its deadly end? Only he could save the sacred texts lying within the walls of Jerusalem’s great Temple. Caesar would see the city destroyed and the Temple reduced to rubble in his bid to conquer the Jews – and the rising Christ-followers among them. Blood would be shed to save the scrolls … but how?