Costco Sorry About Labeling Bible 'Fiction' Pastor spotted it, raised a stink By John Johnson, Newser Staff | Suggested by WarmWeatherGuy Posted Nov 20, 2013 6:04 PM CST 365 comments Comments In this image provided by Caleb Kaltenbach, a Bible for sale at a Costco Store in Simi Valley, Calif., is labeled with a price tag for fiction. (AP Photo/Caleb Kaltenbach) (Newser) – Costco is trying to wriggle out of an inadvertent theological debate it entered this week with an apology. The flap began when a pastor in California's Simi Valley spotted a Bible for sale with a label of "fiction," reports the LA Times. After Caleb Kaltenbach's resulting Twitter post started drawing attention nationally, the retailer explained to Fox News that a distributor "mislabeled a small percentage of the Bibles." But it also took responsibility for not catching the mistake, adding, "We greatly apologize for the error."