Zachariah Motts

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Lotus Girl: My Life at the Crossroads of Buddhism and America

An excellent memoir with a sense of humor. It’s full of insight and context regarding a distinctive slice of American Buddhist history.

Bones Worth Breaking: A Memoir

This memoir is a poignant portrait of the love between two brothers and a shared life, with descriptions of traumatic experiences and the resulting scars. The relevance of the book’s themes and topics, alongside Martinez’s openness and exceptional writing skill, will undoubtedly connect with many readers.

We of Little Faith: Why I Stopped Pretending To Believe (and Maybe You Should Too)

A personal history of opportunities won and lost. Cohen makes an entertaining, searching argument that atheists should actively engage societal assumptions.
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C.S. Lewis in America: Readings and Reception, 1935–1947

A careful and modest addition to the scholarly conversation around the life and works of C.S. Lewis.

Loving Our Own Bones: Disability Wisdom and the Spiritual Subversiveness of Knowing Ourselves Whole

An excellent, impressive addition to the conversation around theology and disability that shines on many levels.
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Life After God: Finding Faith When You Can’t Believe Anymore

An intriguing attempt at a process theology that’s apologetic but in need of more precision and heft.
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The Evangelical Imagination: How Stories, Images, and Metaphors Created a Culture in Crisis

Often insightful and rewarding in its commentary on the Victorian roots of evangelical Christian ideas, this book could confront current issues a bit more strongly.
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Beyond Doubt: The Secularization of Society

A scrappy work of scholarship and worthwhile addition to the conversation.
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