Dr. Anthony T. Hodge is a graduate of Central State University, and the California College of Law.
The former Ohio State University graduate student is currently attending Payne Theological Seminary,
the oldest African-American seminary. Upon completion of the school's requirements for a Master
Degree of Divinity Dr. Hodge will graduate from Payne. Dr. Hodge has over 30 years experience as a
criminologist/private detective, and he is the author of six books.
Dr. Dr. Hodge is the founder of Earth Temple, the first African-American
environmental and wildlife organization. During the past 20 years, Earth Temple
has sponsored several community events. Project Ho!Ho!Ho! is a charitable
program that provides toys and limousine rides for a thousand children during
the Christmas holiday period. Urban Homecom'n was a four day annual event held
the first weekend of August on the east side of Columbus, Ohio. Three
educational programs: "Earth Temple Speaks", "The Godbrother", and "The Lobby"
have been produced by Reverend Hodge since 1992. These programs were televised
in Columbus and Clevlend for public television, which has be discontinued.