There appears to be an all-out war against our bodies to fully subject them to the Will and fantasies of our minds. If it’s the hope for a bureaucratic state to raise our children, our desire for technology to “fix” nature, our dependence on augmented reality and media, our total denial that we should live healthy lives, or the massive social experiment of transgenderism in remaking the body in the image of our minds, we are beset on all fronts for accepting our body for what it is. Using Yukio Mishima as a foil, Logan Zeppieri and Anthony Costello consider the “language and logic” of the body and what Christian theology provides us as an answer to the dissolution of one of our most divine and precious gifts from God—our body.