Out on a Limb: When the Gospel Truth Isn’t True

By Christopher Schwarz
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From the October 2006 issue #157
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When the package landed on my desk, my first instinct was to call the police. Inside the plain brown wrapper was a homemade book made by a reader of our magazine. In the handwritten book, the reader detailed in very small and neat handwriting almost every inconsistency, mistake, misstep or gaffe that I had made in my writings on woodworking.

I’ve been a journalist for 16 years, so getting cussed at is nothing new or particularly ego-bruising for me. So I took a couple hours and looked over the book in detail. And though I didn’t agree with all the guy’s criticisms, in truth, he made some good points.

From the October 2006 issue #157
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