Hey journalists, thou shalt not do this.
Except -- let's be honest -- we really enjoy it when you do.
Regular GetReligion readers know that this journalism-focused website loves to highlight the best -- and by best, we mean worst -- corrections in the world of religion news.
For example, just last month, The Associated Press merited a post when it mistook a comment about "sitting shiva" with "sit and shiver."
And who can forget a few years ago when The Times of London reported that John Paul II was the first non-Catholic pope? They meant first non-Italian pope.
But today's correction for the ages come to us courtesy of the Wall Street Journal and involves Moses -- yes, the one who led the Israelites out of Egypt.
Here is the correction that quickly went viral on social media: