From: First Things. America's most influential journal of religion and public life.
Carter Snead's new book What It Means To Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics recasts debates over abortion, reproduction, and end of life decisions and situates them within a framework of embodiment and dependence. On December 2nd at 7pm, Snead will join First Things editor R. R. Reno for a discussion of his book and its claims regarding anthropology and its implications for public policy. Please join us via Zoom by clicking the link below at that time.
Please note, Zoom will cap our event at 500 participants. If we reach that threshold and you are unable to join us via Zoom, please check our Facebook page where we hope to also have this discussion livestreamed.