Originally created 09/13/98

Scandal not in local sermons



As Augustans sit in the pews this morning, most will find sanctuary from talk of President Clinton and Kenneth Starr.

"I have thought about it, but no I'm not," said the Rev. Glenn Ethridge, pastor of Wesley United Methodist, asked whether he would address the national scandal in his sermon. "If someone needs their pastor to tell them what he's (President Clinton) done is immoral then I think they are beyond average reason. I think most people understand what he's done is wrong."

"I have thought about it, but no I'm not," said the Rev. Glenn Ethridge, pastor of Wesley United Methodist, asked whether he would address the national scandal in his sermon. "If someone needs their pastor to tell them what he's (President Clinton) done is immoral then I think they are beyond average reason. I think most people understand what he's done is wrong."

 Click here for results "I have thought about it, but no I'm not," said the Rev. Glenn Ethridge, pastor of Wesley United Methodist, asked whether he would address the national scandal in his sermon. "If someone needs their pastor to tell them what he's (President Clinton) done is immoral then I think they are beyond average reason. I think most people understand what he's done is wrong."



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