Wogaman, J(ohn) Philip

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WOGAMAN, J(ohn) Philip

WOGAMAN, J(ohn) Philip. American, b. 1932. Genres: Ethics, Social commentary, Theology/Religion. Career: University of the Pacific, assoc professor, Bible and social ethics, and director, Pacific Center for the Study of Social Issues, 1961-66; Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC, professor of Christian social ethics, 1966-92, dean, 1970-83. Society of Christian Ethics, president, 1976-77; Interfaith Alliance, president, 1998-99; Foundry United Methodist Church, Washington, DC, senior minister, 1992- 2002. Publications: Methodism's Challenge in Race Relations: A Study of Strategy, 1960; Protestant Faith and Religious Liberty, 1967; Guaranteed Annual Income: The Moral Issues, 1968; A Christian Method of Moral Judgment, 1977; The Great Economic Debate, 1977; (with P. McCleary) Quality of Life in a Global Society, 1978; Faith and Fragmentation: Christianity for a New Age, 1985; Economics and Ethics, 1986; Christian Perspectives on Politics, 1988, rev. ed., 2000; Christian Moral Judgment, 1989; Making Moral Decisions, 1990; Christian Ethics: A Historical Introduction, 1993; To Serve the Present Age: The Gift and Promise of United Methodism, 1995; Speaking the Truth in Love: Prophetic Preaching to a Broken World, 1998; From the Eye of the Storm: A Pastor to the President Speaks Out, 1998; An Unexpected Journey: Reflections on Pastoral Ministry, 2004. EDITOR: The Population Crisis and Moral Responsibility, 1973; (with D.M. Strong) Readings in Christian Ethics, 1996. Address: 4620 45th St NW, Washington, DC 20016, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]