Jesus Christ is dead.
Hanging lifeless on the cross, his disciples and friends mourn, while the Chief Priests celebrate their victory over another troublemaker. The disciples are in disarray - arguing and fighting, wondering what went wrong. The women remember better times.
And Judas cannot bring himself to live any longer.
But Caiaphas is wary. Things are not settling as they should.
The head centurion wonders if everything he was told was the truth. He begins a search for his own truth, not only turning against his own army, but also against his leaders.
And there is a whisper of dissent amongst the closest of Caiaphas’ friends, including Pilate himself. Will this simple carpenter’s son actually rise again from the grave?