I wouldn’t give you 30 wooden nickels for Conservapedia, and only a tad bit more for Wikipedia, but try Theopedia –
Just like the Bible, it sticks – as far as I have seen – to matters of Faith and Theology
Theopedia is a growing online encyclopedia of biblical Christianity. Theopedia uses wiki technology, which is essentially a community driven information management system. Contributors may add and edit articles and refine their information and presentation. However, these additions and modifications must be “sight checked” by an authorized editor/reviewer before they are incorporated into the public version (stable page).
In this manner, Theopedia becomes a network of interconnected pages, constantly being refined and updated. We invite you to join us! Please see the Statement of Faith and Writing guide for additional necessary information. The Theopedia owner and head administrator is Aaron who is assisted by other administrators.
From their home page:
- How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth! Through your precepts I get understanding; therefore I hate every false way. Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. (Psalm 119:103-105, ESV)
What is Christianity?
The message of Christianity is that the God who created the heavens and the earth identified himself with the people of Israel and related to them in a way that pointed to the needed coming of the Messiah. This Messiah would atone for our transgressions, conquer the power of sin and death, empower us by the Spirit to obey from the heart, and gather his people unto everlasting joy. The Messiah came, was born of a virgin, lived and talked and worked in a way that identified him as the Only Begotten Son of God, and died on a cross. After three days Jesus triumphantly resurrected from the dead. He appeared to the apostles and over 500 other disciples. All who will turn in their hearts from sin and call upon the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, trusting in him for forgiveness and eternal life, will be saved from hell and enjoy personal fellowship with God and his people. Gospel presentations »