In February 2024, Christian Feminism Today published J. F. Alexander's book review of Nice Churchy Patriarchy by Liz Cooledge Jenkins.
On December 3, 2023, J. F. Alexander gave an author talk and reading and signed copies of I Am Sophia at the Episcopal Church of St. Matthew in San Mateo, California.
Beginning in September 2023, J. F. Alexander is leading the Theological Expeditions seminar at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in San Jose, California.
The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young, the dean of San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, preached a sermon based on I Am Sophia on August 27, 2023. (See especially minutes 1:15-5:30 and 11:50-14:40.)
I Am Sophia was named a 2023 book club selection by Christian Feminism Today.
The Rev. Tracie Middleton, president of the national Association for Episcopal Deacons, reviewed I Am Sophia for Episcopal Cafe in 2022.
J. F. Alexander spoke with Shannon Mullen O'Keefe, chief curator of the Museum of Ideas: How Might Spirituality Shape the Metaverse? They were quoted in House of Beautiful Business's feature "The Metaverse is a State of Mind."
I Am Sophia was assigned in its entirety as required reading for one hundred theology students at Methodist-affiliated Seattle Pacific University during the 2021-22 academic year.
I Am Sophia was featured in the January 2022 issue of Austin College Magazine. It has also been featured in Stanford Lawyer Magazine and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy's Mixed Media List.
David Brin endorsed I Am Sophia. Brin is the Hugo and Nebula award-winning author of bestsellers such as The Postman (adapted into a movie starring Kevin Costner) and Startide Rising.
Mark M. Mattison, author of The Gospel of Mary: A Fresh Translation and Holistic Approach, reviewed I Am Sophia.
J. F. Alexander sat for a recorded interview about I Am Sophia at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (22-minute video).
Dallas-based author The Reverend Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton published a blog post: "Experiencing the Divine Feminine: Conversation with Jim F. Alexander."
The Religion News Service distributed a nationwide press release: "I Am Sophia: A 'visionary' new novel about Christianity's future."