Monday, May 18, 2009

ONE MAN (YES EVEN A JUNTOBOY) CAN FIGHT THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA

ONE MAN (YES EVEN A JUNTOBOY) CAN FIGHT THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA

Tonight I was surfing the web as usual when I came across this story written and released by the Associated Press:










I found it on the San Francisco Chronicle. I then posted this comment on Facebook and on the San Francisco Chronicle comment section associated with the article (not one other person out of 96 posts had found it):

The SF Chronicle is so out of touch that the SF Chronicle can't even bash the Bible correctly! SF Chronicle incorrectly sites that "Pentagon reports no longer include quotes from the...Gospel of Peter." There is no Gospel of Peter in the Catholic or King James or any other standard English Canon of the Bible. I guess their action line was "Christians Bad", "Bible Bad", Government stopped quoting Bible "Good." Interesting to see if they retract. Just to let you know SF Chronicle, there are only four recognized Gospels in the Canonized Version of the Bible as we know it today (old and new testament), since around 375 A.D., Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. There are the Gnostic gospels recently rediscovered but still considered heresy by the mainline churches.

AP then changed the article, after I posted a comment on SF Chronicle Website. Was it that comment that made them correct "Gospel of Peter" to correctly "Epistle of Peter?" Don't know, but there certainly was a correlation if not causation. Don't tell me one guy on his computer blogging about these things can't make even a little difference!

2 comments:

E said...

Who is there on staff to do fact checking where the Bible is concerned?! That would require either being a Christian or asking one a question, and either would violate editorial policy.

Tom said...

You make a difference everyday, Sir Saunders.

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