Pass Me a Comma, Quick!!

From an Associate Press story on New England’s need for evangelism:

Several groups trying to re-ignite New England’s faith are theologically conservative, such as the Southern Baptists, Presbyterian Church in America and the Conservative Baptists’ Mission Northeast. They say a reason for the region’s hollowed-out faith is a pervasive theology that departs from traditional Biblical interpretation on issues such as the divinity of Jesus, the exclusivity of Christianity as a path to salvation and homosexuality.

“…the exclusivity of Christianity as a path to salvation, and homosexuality” corrects a few zillion fundamentalist Christians, sweating bullets.

Sometimes an extra comma or two is a good thing, AP. A few extra words wouldn’t hurt, either.

HT: Duane Smith at Abnormal Interests

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