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Nancy Wittig

The Rev. Nancy Wittig was one of the “Philadelphia Eleven,” the first 11 women ordained by the Episcopal Church in 1974. She is now retired but works part time as an assisting minister at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Lakewood, Ohio.

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Jana Riess

Jana Riess is a scholar and journalist known for her coverage and research of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is the author of The Next Mormons: How Millennials Are Changing the LDS Church.

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Gregory Hitzhusen

Gregory Hitzhusen is a lecturer in the School of Environmental and Natural Resources at Ohio State University. His research interests include religious influences on environmental attitudes and behavior and other aspects of environmental ethics and eco-theology. Hitzhusen, who wrote his doctoral dissertation on the contributions of Christianity and Judaism to environmental ethics and education and […]

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Paula Gonzalez

Sister Paula Gonzalez is a member of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati who has been involved in energy and environmental issues since the 1970s. A former biology professor, she regularly gives talks on eco-spirituality and related topics. She was instrumental in establishing EarthConnection, a nonprofit environmental learning center in Cincinnati.

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Jeanette Bradley

Jeanette Bradley is the founder of 2nd Chance Ministries, an Ohio-based Christian street ministry that helps people who want to escape a bad situation and make a new life. She overcame a history of drug addiction and prostitution, a past she recounts in her book I’m Still Standing.

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Akron Jewish News

Akron Jewish News is the publication of the Jewish Community Board of Akron in Akron, Oh. Lisa Hofmann is editor.

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