From the Eye of the Storm by J. Philip Wogaman
A Pastor to the President Speaks Out

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According to J. Philip Wogaman, the drama being played out in Washington represents a struggle for the nation's soul. On one side is an emphasis on repentance and forgiveness, time-honored themes of the nation's formative religious traditions. On the other side is an emphasis on condemnation and punishment for wrongdoing. The question is, which represents the more appropriate path for the future of the United States? This is the question Wogaman sets out to answer in this fascinating book.


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J. Philip Wogaman is senior minister at Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, D.C. He also is president of the Interfaith Alliance and was for many years Professor of Christian Ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.
Published December 1, 1998 by Westminster John Knox Press. 139 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Wogaman focuses on Clinton's speeches on August 17, 1998, and on September 11, 1998, as well as on his own private conversations with Clinton to argue that Clinton has confessed his sin in a contrite way, is seeking actively to repent of his sin and is seeking forgiveness from both his family and...

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