This introductory chapter begins with a summary of the book, which is intended as a sequel to God and Enchantment of Place: Reclaiming Human Experience. The book continues the work of its predecessor in showing the range of artistic and cultural experience that theology must pay more attention to. But while God and Enchantment of Place focused on place, this book focuses on the human body — how the body might mediate the experience of God. An overview of the three parts of the book is presented.
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