Jim F. Alexander's first book, I Am Sophia, A Novel, was recently released by Resource Publications, an imprint of Wipf & Stock Publishers. He is now writing a nonfiction book which will reframe Christian systematic theology in terms of certain process-oriented metaphysical categories.
Jim is Theologian in Residence at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in San Jose, California. A licensed attorney, he practiced law at multinational law firms and a major financial technology company. Prior to that, he worked at NASA, where he negotiated international agreements enabling the continued construction and operation of the International Space Station.
He earned a bachelor's degree at Austin College, a master's degree at Tufts University's Fletcher School, and a juris doctorate at Stanford University. He has been a U.S.–Germany Fulbright fellow and a theology fellow at the Newbigin House of Studies, an affiliate of the Graduate Theological Union.
Jim grew up in the Texas panhandle and now lives in northern California with his wife, teenage son, and Australian Shepherd. He is a grateful colon cancer survivor.
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