Zombies have insatiable desire for human flesh. They are slow moving, ugly, relentless and mindless. George Romero's film Dawn of the Dead is set primarily in a shopping mall. Many of the zombies continue to push shopping carts around the mall and act as if they are still alive. Zombies are wordless yet constantly moan and make noise. For at the heart of the Christian hope is fullness of life. The "bread of life" is precisely the food, which satisfies; Jesus is the "living water" which fills us with a spring to eternal Life. One of the silly questions asked by those who enjoy the zombie trope is, "Where would you go if the zombie apocalypse happened? What would you do to survive?" Inevitably, many of the answers involve heading to the church and nothing else.