Where's Your Jesus Now?
is heartbreaking and witty, full of compassion and righteous outrage.
It's a fascinating book. -- AJ Jacobs, author of The Year of Living Biblically
Karen Zacharias has testified! This book is funny, fierce, and fearless. My stomach hurts from laughing, and my heart aches from finding the truth. -- Doug Crandell, author of Hairdos of the Mildly Depressed and The Flawless Skin of Ugly People
Poignant, funny, and cutting edge, Where's Your Jesus Now?
breaks new ground and knocks fundamentalist thought on its rear. -- Michael Morris, author of Slow Way Home
If Karen Spears Zacharias should turn evangelist, the stadium will be full every night. -- Sonny Brewer, author of The Poet of Tolstoy Park
Karen Spears Zacharias craves the Jesus of Hank Williams, Thomas Jefferson, Blind Willie Johnson, and William Blake. In essays bristling with doubt and fear, buoyed by flashes of the brightest hope and splashes of the darkest humor, she grants us the privilege of joining her search party. She almost---almost!---has me convinced He's out there somewhere. -- Jack Pendarvis, author of Awesome
and Your Body Is Changing
Candid as all get out, Karen Spears Zacharias knows where Jesus is. In this essential work she prods us from our comfort zone and--mercifully--transports us straight into His arms. -- Sally John, author of A Time to Mend
and other novels
The wit and wisdom of Karen Spears Zacharias spoken in a clear, no-holds-barred voice creates a book to be pondered and enjoyed. -- Jackie K Cooper, author of The Bookbinder
With wit and common sense, Where's Your Jesus Now?
calls us to live our Christian faith without fear. Karen Spears Zacharias reminds us that if we truly have faith, what should we fear? -- W. Ralph Eubanks, author of Ever Is a Long Time: A Journey Into Mississippi's Dark Past
Witty, brave, and bold, Zacharias dares to ask the tough question for the right reason: to affirm that Jesus is far more than many of his fear-driven followers believe He is. In a world that has cheapened God, this is the right book at the right time. It cuts to the cultural chase like the words of Brennan Manning and Oswald Chambers, challenging us while encouarging us. And Zacharias does so with a humble heart, a discerning pair of eyes, and an engaging style. Where's Your Jesus Now?
has the power to change the way we all look at God. This is not only a good book, it's the most important book I've read in years.
-- Bob Welch, award-winning author, columnist and speaker. --Endorsements
"Witty, intelligent and a poignant analysis of organized religion today---pungent manna for thought." -- Winston Groom, author of Forrest Gump