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eaders of the Adventist Review July 12 cover story, ‘In Search of the Commandments,” were quick to spot the embarrassing typographical mistake in the last sentence of the second paragraph. The line as written by the author, Kimberly Luste Maran, read: . . . “It cannot be argued that these precepts given from God to Moses for humanity have no (emphasis supplied) importance for today.” As printed, however, the line omitted the decisive negative: . . . “It cannot be argued that these precepts given from God to Moses for humanity have importance for today.”

Careful research has revealed that the error was introduced at the copyediting level of the production process at the Review and Herald Publishing Association and not subsequently discovered by the editorial team. We regret these errors.

Pleased be assured that the Adventist Review, its editorial team, and the Review and Herald Publishing Association firmly support the continuing importance—in fact, the perpetuity—of the 10 Commandments as divinely-given precepts for ordering both personal life and human society, as the balance of the article clearly reveals.

In the same edition, another editorial error substituted the word “diversity” for “adversity” in Jimmy Phillips’ editorial, “Heat-of-the-Moment Faith.”

 
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