This is a book that has stirred up the hornet's nest of fundamentalism. Cutting away what he sees as Jewish Midrash myths, the author declares that Easter occurred in Galilee, that the lead character was Peter, and that it was somehow linked with a common meal. In the last and most important chapter in the book, Spong declares Jesus is his "primary window into God" and with a fine flourish concludes that it is "the business of the church to love people into life."