I have been working on the Routledge Historical Atlas of Religion in America, and I have a weird situation. The book was scanned very well, at it appears that the text is complete. However, I found some factual inaccuracies in one chapter of this book. Now I don't want to spur religious attacks, but it is very important to get the story straight. This wasn't a case of misspelling a name. The authors inaccurately represented an event and individuals involved. Now, I don't know everything about all religions, but this makes me wonder if there are other inaccuracies that I wouldn't know about. I have never seen this as a reason to reject a book, but as I said when it comes to something that is supposed to be a history, the story must be right. Any recommendations?
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