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Spectrum Religion News was a half-hour program that ran on NPR and UPI stations for two years, and also produced United Methodist Radio News for two years on the UPI network.


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Pastor of the President's Church Considers Antagonism Among Religious Groups
Speaker(s):  J. Philip Wogaman, Mike Hickcox (reporter)
Date of Recording:  4/19/1997


Description:   The Rev. Philip Wogaman was pastor of Foundry United Methodist Church (1992-2002) which President and Mrs. Clinton attended while in the White House. He believed people of different faiths can work together if they know how. He says they don't have to dilute their own beliefs in order to work with others. Wogaman was a Professor of Christian Ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary Washington, D.C. (1966-92), serving as dean of that institution from 1972-83. He was a professor of Bible and social ethics at University of the Pacific from 1961-66. After retirement from Foundry Church in 2002, Wogaman served as Interim President of Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colorado (2004-06) and as interim Senior Pastor of St. Luke United Methodist Church, Omaha, Nebraska (2008-09). He is Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary.
Length:  2:57