Set in the year 650, this story follows the mission of Enoch, the seer as he works to establish the most successful society of peace ever to exist on the earth.
At the outset, this second book in the ZION series is filled with adventure. Rabunel, on a mission of mercy, is captured by the secret Mahan society. Wounded, he is thrown into a pit and lest for dead. His brush with death sets off a series of events that resolve into a central question: "Is a Zion society the product of environmental of individual choice?"
This book points toward the emotional and pivotal time in Rabunel's life when, in order to spiritually survive, he must seek from his God a character trait that he does not possess. His poignant struggle and ultimate sacrifice forge the steel of his soul and raise him to the state of sanctified.
ZION: The Long Road to Sanctification is a story you will not forget. In the words of one reader, "I learned to love the characters. I found I was gaining unique insights through the gentle, simple, messages contained within its pages." [publisher's blurb]