The controversy that ignited when a Kentucky artist depicted former President Clinton as a Christlike Catholic icon is documented through this book of letters from critics and supporters. As seen in USA Today, The Guardian, and dozens of media outlets around the world, LETTERS TO SAINT CLINTON juxtaposes passionate letters and commentary from admirers and detractors with equally tempestuous responses from artist Scott Ritcher. Excerpts from press coverage are also thrown into the mix, and the resulting drama that plays out lands at all points along the line from painfully serious to painfully hilarious. At times, the heated exchanges between religious purists and casual observers devolve into threats and become downright scary. Across 190 pages, LETTERS TO SAINT CLINTON emerges as an extensively diverse and multifaceted discussion about religion, politics, art, government policy, comedy, pop culture, false assumptions, separation of church and state, and personal freedom in America.