I'd like to start/expand an index of apologetics and although others have done it, wiki sure seems the way to go. I really want to this as complete as possible (most info may be external links for a while) but I'd like a little discussion before I start. Is WikiChristian the best place for this? Eventually I'd like to use it as a place to point non-Christians to; since those people could edit the topics, is this practical? (For example, a Christian could write Revelation was written around 90 AD and a Muslim could edit it to 120 AD as he honestly thinks is more accurate.) I'm mainly intending orthodox subjects (biblical inerrancy, Trinity, etc) not interdenominational disputes.
Please give me any thoughts here or email Masheach-at-gmail.com. --JBJ 10:59, 4 Jul 2005 (PDT)
Sounds like an excellent idea. You never need permission to do anything on this wiki site - wish to change or start anything then go for it. Good luck getting the apologetics index underway. Anyone (Christians or non-Christians) can edit and add to the site and alter the articles. I trust God will guide us in the site. However, if you are writing an article that is specifically an opinion that you don't wish to be edited, that's fine too - you can ask for it to be protected or we can make you a sysop and you can protect it yourself.
I just wanted to let you know that I like your ideas on the vision for this budding christian wiki project and the proactive role you play in this wiki community. Together, we can make this wiki a source of information, inspiration and support for Christians and non-christians looking for hope in life! God bless!
--Prab 22:39, 10 Sep 2005 (EDT)
- Thank you. I only wish I had more time to give. --JBJ 01:19, 11 Sep 2005 (EDT)