The most important part of this separation from the "big universe" is theassociation of flesh with sin. Fox's mission is to reclaim flesh and thehuman body as sites of meaning, even of divinity. "Instead of fear fromflesh and flight from flesh and dogmas against flesh, it is time for theawe of flesh." In this service, he enlists sources as diverse as WaltWhitman, mystic philosopher Rumi, management consultants, biologists, and--oh yes--Jesus. It's hard to know what to make of this book, except tosit back and wonder at the odd thoughts which flash through Fox's mind.