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July 15th, 2013 at 8:30 am

Book Giveaway: The Problem with God, by Peter J. Steinberger

The Problem with God

This week our featured book is The Problem with God: Why Atheists, True Believers, and Even Agnostics Must All Be Wrong, by Peter J. Steinberger. Throughout the week, we will be featuring content from and about the book and its author here on our blog as well as on our Twitter feed and our Facebook page.

We are also offering a FREE copy of The Problem with God. To enter our Book Giveaway, simply fill out the form below with your name and preferred mailing address. We will randomly select one winner on July 19th at 1:00 pm. Good luck, and spread the word!

The book giveaway is now CLOSED! The winners have been notified via email. Thanks for participating!

4 Comments

  1. bikram singh says:

    I would like to get a free copy plz let me know if can get it or not

  2. Columbia University Press says:

    Just enter your information in the form above and you’ll be automatically entered in the giveaway for a chance to win! We’ll choose the winners Friday at 1 PM EST.

  3. Viktoria Michaelis says:

    I would be fascinated to know how you can justify allowing everyone who has entered this giveaway to click through and see all the personal details of every other entrant: name, address, mail.

    Reply here (not preferred), send me a mail or add a comment to the blog post I’ve just published on this total lack of security sense from people who should know better.

  4. Columbia University Press says:

    In response to the previous comment:

    We would just like to apologize to all who entered this week’s giveaway. We did, in fact, have a security issue with the answers to the form being accessible to anyone who completed the form for much of this week. As of a short time ago, we have closed the loophole, and the names and emails are no longer visible to anyone but the Columbia UP staff who run the giveaway. Again, we are very sorry about the lapse!

    We’d like to thank Ms. Michaelis for bringing this issue to our attention.

    Please let us know if there are any other issues or concerns!

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