- An article on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, incorrectly reported that Open Doors USA spokesperson Jerry Dykstra said that Christians should "carry their grievances to mass the following day." Dykstra had said, "perhaps you can also pray in your churches for Syria the following day."Go to Article »
- An article on Monday, May 6, 2012, about a former UMC pastor serving a new beach bar located church incorrectly stated that Jack Kale had founded Worship at the Water and it was the largest of the services for Gulf Breeze UMC. According to multiple sources connected to Gulf Breeze, Worship at the Water had existed for several years before Kale served at it and in 2012 attendance at W@W was not the largest of the services.Go to Article »
- An article on Thursday, April 25, 2013, incorrectly reported that Franklin Graham delivered the remarks in York, Pa. He delivered the remarks in York, South Carolina.Go to Article »
- An article on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, about Kansas Governor Sam Brownback having "JESUS+Mary" written on a copy of a pro-life bill incorrectly stated that the notes were on a copy of House Bill 2253. According to his communications director, Brownback's notes were on a copy of talking points rather than the bill.Go to Article »
- In an April 6 article, "Fox News' Greta Van Susteren Blasts Gov't for Denying Treatment to Cancer Patients," Dr. R. Steven Paulson, president of Texas Oncology, is cited as being located in The Woodland, Texas, but the correct location is Dallas, Texas.Go to Article »
- An article on Thursday, March 14, 2013, about scholars denouncing the "Pope Joan" story incorrectly attributed remarks by Andrew Galloway, Cornell Professor of Medieval Studies and Chair of English, to Oren Falk, associate professor of History at Cornell University and academic director of its Medieval Studies Program.Go to Article »
- An article on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013, about global aid programs incorrectly stated that Cyprien Nkiriyumwami is Congolese. Although Cyprien lived most of his life in Congo, he was born in Rwanda and is technically Rwandese.Go to Article »
- An article on Feb. 17, 2013, about the British Humanist Association selling the bus ads promoting atheism incorrectly reported that there were no buyers. There were 14 bids and the winning bid was for , £205.00 or about $318.Go to Article »
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