Free Stuff: Win ‘This Mortal Flesh: Incarnation and Bioethics’ by Dr. Brent Waters

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What does it mean to be human?

The answer to this question seems relatively simple. But in This Mortal Flesh: Incarnation and Bioethics, theologian and ethicist Brent Waters exposes the new and alarming trend of transhumanism — the notion that humans can become something more through scientific and technological advancements.

In the book, Waters considers issues such as biotechnology and physical/cognitive enhancement, reproductive technology, human genetics, embryonic stem cell research and regenerative medicine. Plus, he grounds his thinking in biblical theology.

Dr. Waters will speak on this topic and more at Southeastern Seminary on Oct. 23 at 7pm. In anticipation of his lecture, we’re giving away his book. Hurry! The contest ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 19.

Here’s What You Could Win

✓ 1 lucky winner will win a free copy of This Mortal Flesh: Incarnation and Bioethics by Brent Waters.*

✓ Everyone will receive the weekly Intersect Newsletter plus 3 ebooks:

  • Christian Voices on the Cultural Moment (e-book version)
  • A Pocket Guide to Christianity and Culture (e-book) by Bruce Ashford
  • Every Holiday a Holy Day (e-book) by Bruce and Lauren Ashford.

Here’s How You Can Enter

1. Sign Up Below.

Drop your email address in the sign up box below, and you’ll instantly be entered to win.

2. Check your email.

The contest concludes on Friday, Oct. 19 at 11:59 p.m. ET. If you’re randomly selected as the winner, we’ll notify you within 72 hours. We’ll then ask for your address so we can send you your prize — free of charge.

3. Tell your friends.

Don’t keep the contest to yourself! Share it on social media so your friends have a chance to win, too.

*Must live within the contiguous United States. Previous book winners are ineligible.

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