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WikiChristian is free encyclopedia and discussion forum of Biblical Christianity that anyone can contribute to. It was started in May 2004 and now contains 4,071 articles (not including Bible verses and their commentaries and other public domain texts) and 350,395 total pages.
Vision and Policies of WikiChristian
WikiChristian is both an encyclopedia and a wiki community. WikiChristian is set up with the belief that every Christian, regardless of age, race, education, and gender has something of value to offer! With time we hope to see it become a useful reference on any topic related to Christianity. Its policy is that believers or non-believers can write articles. These articles do not need to be neutral point of view (personal opinions can be voiced), as long as the author of the article makes it clear what his or her background is. As a practical line in the sand, see our Page Layout and Writing Guide and Statement of Faith pages.
WikiChristian also intends to be a reference point for factual information, original text, Bible versions, Bible dictionaries, song lyrics and personal testimonies of Christians. We intend to create a wiki community of Christians from around the globe that can voice their views, share their ideas and help others understand Christianity and its principles! Simply - WikiChristian wants to represent, document and link everything related to Christianity!
Who Started WikiChristian?
WikiChristian was started by two Christian Believers who happen to be medical doctors by profession, Dr. Prab R Tumpati in USA and Dr. Graham L Grove in Australia. While the secular world has so many wiki projects going on, we felt a need for a wiki forum for all Christians so that we can share what we believe, who Jesus Christ is and how God loves this world. Their own philosophies about WikiChristian can be found in the following links
Major Developments in WikiChristian's History
Through its history WikiChristian has generally developed gradually and progressively. In mid 2008 a major overhaul of the organization of the site began when Robert Murphy helped arrange a number of measures including uploading the entire Bible in a number of languages and translations, verse by verse.
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