Articles about the Orthodox Christian Church published in the secular press sometimes include inaccuracies or information that lacks sufficient explanation to offer readers a clear picture of the Orthodox Church and her way of life. I would like to compile a list of previously published inaccuracies that could help members of the press in their reporting. I am asking you to submit any examples that you have encountered. Please include the following:
1. The inaccuracy or point that may be misleading without proper explanation.
2. A more accurate way of stating the point.
3. If possible, the paragraph containing the problem passage with a citation indicating the publication's name, date of publication, title of the article, author, web address to article, etc.
Please include the information clearly and as dispassionately as possible.
Many thanks to you who contribute and to those among you who pass along the information.
(By the way, if you're interested in coverage of religion in the media, check out GetReligion.org.)
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