The controversy continues in this sequel to "The Sign". We find one of our main characters from the previous novel, John Meskwa Anang, a Native American preacher, on a mission to locate and teach the 144,00 Jewish evangelists as described in the book of Revelation, Chapter Seven. Our book opens with a factual historical account of a 100-year-old Rabbi, Yochanan ben Zakkai. He uses an unorthodox method to gain audience with the enemy of his people, the Roman General Vespasian and his son Titus. This is all in an attempt to broker a peace deal with the Romans and prevent the imminent destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70. Fast forward 2,000 years to modern-day Jerusalem where we find the carbon-copy, modern-day namesake, 100-year-old Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakkai. He is the head Rabbi of the original yeshiva established in 70 A.D. Affectionately known as Rabbi Z, this aged rabbi attempts to broker a peace deal with the person he believes to be the Messiah. Woven into the plot is an ominous celestial object, know by some as the "Destroyer", which for more than forty years has been hidden from the public by governments of the world. Its appearance precedes the return of Christ for His church, followed by the beginning of the earth's woes as described by John the Revelator. It's affect is mentioned in Luke 21:26: "Men fainting from fear and the expectation of the things which are coming upon the world." Love conquers all in the life of Rabbi Z in a totally unexpected way at the conclusion of this fact/faith-filled novel. John 15:13: "Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends." I Corinthians 13:13: "But now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love."