The Last Disciple (#01 in Last Disciple Series)
First-century Rome is a perilous city as Nero stalks the political circles and huddled groups of believers. To be safe, Christians must remain invisible. Gallus Sergius Vitas is the only man within Nero?s trusted circle willing to do what...
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First-century Rome is a perilous city as Nero stalks the political circles and huddled groups of believers. To be safe, Christians must remain invisible.
Gallus Sergius Vitas is the only man within Nero?s trusted circle willing to do what it takes to keep the empire together. He struggles to lessen Nero?s monstrosities against the people of Rome?especially the Christians. But as three Greek letters are scrawled as graffiti throughout the city, Nero?s anger grows.
As the early church begins to experience the turbulence Christ prophesied as the beginning of the last days, an enemy seeks to find John?s letter, Revelation, and destroy it. Meanwhile the early Christians must decipher it and cling to the hope it provides as they face the greatest of all persecutions.
Hank Hanegraaff serves as the president of the California-based Christian Research Institute. He has also worked as the host of the Bible Answer Man radio broadcast in the United States and Canada. He is the author of such books as Counterfeit Revival, Crisis in Christianity and Resurrection and was general editor in the updating of Dr. Walter Martin's classic The Kingdom of the Cults. Also a regular contributor to the Christian Research Journal, Hanegraaff conducts seminars and lectures worldwide. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Sigmund Brouwer is the award-winning author of scores of books, from youth fiction to adult thrillers. His books has been lauded in publications such as Library Journal and Booklist and he has received the Alberta Film and Literary Arts Writing Grant twice. He speaks at schools, home-schooling conventions, writing camps and seminars to provide encouragement to reluctant readers and writers and to encourage youth to follow their dreams of a career in writing. He co-founded The Young Writer's Institute with education expert Debra Bell. Brouwer teaches writing courses at Red Deer College. Brouwer, his wife and daughter divide their time between Tennessee and Alberta.- Publisher.