Overall I really mean "I liked it," in the sense that, well, I liked it. Nothing earth-shattering here; I've been reading a lot about food issues lately and he summarizes much of what people say. Where he differs, and what I like, is a call to Christians to quit being complacent. We have received gifts and how we share our gifts since something about us as Christians. Jung even discusses sin, a concept so many contemporary writers avoid, and challenges us on our lifestyles. But he also offers concrete ideas on how to make changes. This happens to be the book all incoming freshman read this year at Hope College, but the prose is dry enough that I think very few will make it through.