Does this sentence need a comma? The bells were attached to the priestly garments not as an object of worship but as an object of purpose.
Lately, I have found myself wanting to use this sentence structure: something happened, not because of this, but this. I have refrained from doing so because I was not sure about proper comma usage in this situation. I have searched for an answer to this specific question on several sites and have not found an answer. I have seen several posts relating to “not only this, but also that,” but those posts do not seem to apply to my question. I would appreciate any help you can provide.