Mark Tooley reviews God and Hilary Clinton by Paul Kengo in Front Page Magazine.
Here is a brief excerpt from the review:
Freshly espousing that Social Gospel directly to the teen-age Hillary was the Rev. Don Jones, a new graduate from Drew Theological Seminary in New Jersey, whose first job was youth minister at First Methodist Church in Park Ridge. The flashy young minister, darting about in his red convertible, introduced Hillary and the other youth to his weekly Thursday night “University of Life.” Starting in 1961, he literally brought the 1960’s to Hillary and her church, in Kengor’s words, teaching about “existentialism, abstract art, beat poetry, and even the radical politics of the counter-culture.” He showed them art house films, shared Bob Dylan music, hosted a debate with an atheist, and discussed teen age sexuality.