Grammarly says: Adjective and Adv. use for word "clean" and wiping
Jesus is in the business of transforming lives, wiping the slate clean, and beginning again.
I think you're fine with this sentence. 'Wiping something clean' is an idiom and the 'ing' ending of 'wiping' conforms to 'transforming' and 'beginning'. The software doesn't understand the context and will sometimes give wrong suggestions.
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