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When truth is no stranger to fiction

The New York Times does not always tell the truth. This may not come as a surprise to the critically minded. But the extent to which one New York Times journalist managed to foist fiction as fact is a shock. His stories not only stretched the truth, they were entirely made up. One particularly harrowing piece for evangelicals was about a so-called (and fictional) evangelical group engaging in some rather weird and wonderful worship practices.

Letter from America Josh Moody