Tuesday, March 25, 2014

crucifiction/crucifixion: Common Errors in English Usage Entry for Tuesday, March 25, 2014

One might suppose that this common misspelling was a product of skepticism were it not for the fact that it most often occurs in the writings of believers. The word should make clear that Jesus was affixed to the cross, not imply that his killing is regarded as a fiction.

Two recent blog posts serve to remember James Leisy, founder of William, James & Company:
By Paul Brians: "Goodbye, Jim—and Thanks for the Memories."
By Tom Sumner: "Goodbye, James | Goodbye, Franklin."

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for that. It is very important for me to understand the difference you explained. Thanks. J.