How is Daniel helped by Jesus in The Bronze Bow?

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When the story starts, Daniel is an emotionally-barren young man driven entirely by his hatred of the Romans. His memories of his happy home life are vague, and his devotion is to Rosh, the bandit leader who occasionally strikes Roman targets. Daniel believes that Rosh will someday lead a rebellion and force the Romans out of Israel. His ideas are challenged first by Joel and Thacia, who show him unwarranted kindness, and then by meeting Jesus,...

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