Thursday, May 20, 2004

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. -- Thank the Lord -- and the proofreaders at Peachtree Editorial and Proofreading -- that the Bible refers to "our ancestors" instead of "sour ancestors," and calls for an end to "factions" -- not "fractions." The proofreading service caught those typos and others before the latest edition of the Holy Book went to press.

At Peachtree, attention to detail is more than a job description. It's a calling.

"Bible readers are less forgiving of errors because they expect perfection in the Bible text," said June Gunden, who founded the business along with her husband, Doug.

Peachtree Editorial and Proofreading Service is believed to be the only one of its kind in the nation -- and one of only a few in the world -- to specialize in proofreading Bibles.


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