Eliza Wood


Eliza Wood is a religious reporter, founder of, general editor of The Pacific Bible and author of the suspense novel, "Crisis of Faith." Through various media, Eliza brings awareness to the many positive ways world religions impact society, while simultaneously encouraging the modernization of certain religious teaching and scriptures in an effort to reduce hate and violence and bring about positive social change.

Eliza is a graduate of Harvard University, where she studied social sciences. She is considered a social thought instigator on religious-driven topics. Residing in California, Eliza has lived and traveled extensively throughout the world, including stints living and working in Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and most recently, was a resident of Bahrain, in the Gulf Region of the Middle East.

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