“A conservative encyclopedia you can trust”
Conservapedia has over 3,800 educational, clean and concise entries on historical, scientific, legal, and economic topics, as well as more than 350 lectures and term lists. There have been over 2,500,000 page views and over 19,000 page edits. Already Conservapedia has become one of the largest user-controlled free encyclopedias on the internet. This site is growing rapidly.
Conservapedia is an online resource and meeting place where we favor Christianity and America. Conservapedia has easy-to-use indexes to facilitate review of topics. You will much prefer using Conservapedia compared to Wikipedia if you want concise answers free of “political correctness”.
Conservapedia’s got a thing about spelling; they favour (or favor) American spelling. They say,
Wikipedia often uses foreign spelling of words, even though most English-speaking users are American.
Don’t know where they get that idea. “Most” may be a slim majority, as Wikipedia is an international resource, with “over six million articles in 250 languages including 1.6 million in the English edition”. English (the original version) is an international language.
Conservapedia accuses Wikipedia of bias. For example:
Wikipedia allows the use of B.C.E. instead of B.C. and C.E. instead of A.D. The dates are based on the birth of Jesus, so why pretend otherwise? Conservapedia is Christian-friendly and exposes the CE deception.
Wikipedia’s entry for the Renaissance denies any credit to Christianity, its primary inspiration.
Wikipedia’s entry on abortion reads like a brochure for the abortion industry. Wikipedia denies and omits the results of 16 out of 17 statistically significant studies showing increased risk of breast cancer from abortion. Wikipedia’s entry also omits the evidence of abortion causing increased premature birth of subsequent children.
Edits to include facts against the theory of evolution are almost immediately censored. On Conservapedia, contributions that meet simple rules are respected to the maximum extent possible.
There’s no bias in Conservapedia, of course. Well, only Christian and American bias.
However, Conservapedia is far from being “one of the largest user-controlled free encyclopedias on the internet”. Most entries selected at random are single sentences and the subjects are limited. The authors have a long way to go to catch up with Wikipedia.