The Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in Cleveland was founded in 1966 by Raymond Buckland. It is the first and only museum in the United States to feature a collection of witchcraft, folklore, the occult and their related cultures.
David F. Watson is academic dean and New Testament professor at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. He is lead editor at Firebrand Magazine and host of “Plain Truth: A Holy Spirited Podcast.”
Bradley A. Smith is a law professor at Capital University Law School and former chairman of the Federal Election Commission. He is an expert on election law and campaign finance as well as a co-author of Voting Rights and Election Law.
Tarek El-Messidi is the founding director of CelebrateMercy, a Muslim nonprofit working to support people in need. CelebrateMercy partnered with two other Muslim organizations to raise funds for families affected by the coronavirus-linked economic downturn.
Gina Messina-Dysert is an associate professor of religion and gender studies at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Feminism and Religion project. Arrange an interview by using her school’s contact form.
Jeremy Smith is a substance abuse and mental health therapist who writes about the relationship between religion and technology for Church Mag. He has written and vlogged about the role of religion in the video game Minecraft, describing his own experience building religious spaces within the world of the game. Reach out to Smith with […]
The Rev. Abby King-Kaiser is associate director of the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice at Xavier University. She leads Church-ish, a new worshipping community affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Rebecca Catto is an assistant professor of sociology at Kent State University in Ohio. She studies the interplay between religion and secularism in North America and Europe.
The Rev. Joel Miller is pastor of Columbus Mennonite Church. Since August 2017, his church has offered sanctuary to Edith Espinal, who would have been deported without the faith group’s help.