In his investigation into the Christian view of medicine and healing, Dr. Key explains that nutrition, lifestyle, and environment are major contributors to human suffering, and that many diseases and many of the leading causes of death are preventable. Lamenting the tragedy of poor physical health, Dr. Key presents a holistic view of healing, infusing both theological and medical meanings into the term. He advocates a three-pronged approach to healing that includes reconciliation to self, to other creatures, and to the Creator. Arguing for the Bible’s relevance to health and healing, Key points out that the Scriptures unequivocally teach God’s concern for individual and public health, from Old Testament sanitary codes to New Testament healings, and presents a practical strategy for improving public health through God’s mandate to love and care for the sick.