Wickedpedia – Online Encyclopedia of Misinformation
In this age of the Internet, most people turn to Wikipedia for information. We use it ourselves from time to time. However, we'd like to emphasize that this online encyclopedia should be used with extreme caution, especially when looking up any topic touching on politics, religion or worldviews. Take, for instance, its article about "creationism":
"Creationism is the religious belief that humanity, life, the Earth, and the universe were created in some form by a supernatural being or beings. However the term is more commonly used to refer to religiously motivated rejection of certain biological processes, in particular evolution, in favour of an interpretation of a creation myth as an explanation accounting for the history, diversity, and complexity of life on earth (the creation-evolution controversy). In Christian sects such creationism is usually based on a literal reading of the creation myth found in the book of Genesis. Other religions have deity-led creation myths which are quite different."
We've italicized certain phrases above to emphasize Wikipedia's liberal, anti-biblical stance ... and this is just in the first paragraph of a very long article. In contrast to what it calls the "creation myth," Wikipedia describes evolution in a quite different way: "This powerful explanatory and predictive theory has become the central organizing principle of modern biology, directing research and providing a unifying explanation for the diversity of life on Earth." In other words, biblical creation is a myth and evolution is true.
As the Conservapedia website quite correctly points out, Wikipedia "was initiated by two atheists: entrepreneur Jimmy Wales and philosophy professor Larry Sanger on January 15, 2001. Despite its official 'neutrality policy,' Wikipedia has a strong liberal bias."
And that liberal bias, as you can well imagine, turns into a bias against a biblical understanding of history and the world around us. For a shocking account of nearly 200 instances of Wikipedia's liberal and anti-Christian bias, check out this well-footnoted article at Conservapedia: http://www.conservapedia.com/Examples_of_Bias_in_Wikipedia.