Jesuspedia aims to be a general Christian encyclopedia based on the Holy Bible for the world that contains the truth. Naturally therefore, only genuine believers in the Lord Jesus Christ are allowed to edit. Believers are those who have received salvation from hell "by grace through faith" (Ephesians 2:8) in the Lord Jesus, who died for the sins of the whole world as a propitiation (1 John 2:2), and rose again from the dead the third day. Jesuspedia is in unity with all genuine Christians, for: "[There is] one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling; one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who [is] above all, and through all, and in you all" (Ephesian 4:4-6).

May God use this wiki to glorify his name. I would be glad for my family in Christ to join me in this kingdom labor. I would especially be glad for those gifted with a strong intellect and great faith to help build the encyclopedia. I would like this to be a place where Christians come for truth, not simply opposing views. This wiki is to be a Biblical and Christian wiki for the knowledge of God's people, to the glory of the Lord Jesus from the truth perspective, that is, the Christian point of view. Let us magnify his name together.

Jesuspedia policy is to follow the instructions of God that are in force under the New Testament found in the Bible, the Instruction Manual for Christian living.

One rule the Bible gives is: "But I suffer not a woman to teach," (1 Timothy 2:12 KJV). This means women are not to teach the Christian faith. Therefore, I want to ask my sisters in Christ to follow this rule and not to edit this encyclopedia in any way that would be teaching our most holy faith, including doctrines and the Word of God. God will be pleased with obedience to his instructions. Yes, this is discrimination, godly and Biblical discrimination. Contrary to much of the worldly ideas being propagated these days, discrimination is not always bad.

I need help from God's people to spread the truth of God around the world for the church. Please join me as your brother in the Lord. I am seeking to recruit only about five good active editors to work with me, so the number of openings is limited. If you are interested in participating in this holy work and receiving membership, please click join which appears at the top of this page. In the comment section of the next box that appears, please include your gender and a personal introduction, and verify that you are a believer in Jesus. Then I may approve your membership request. After this, you should be ready to start adding content for the honor of the Almighty. If you do not have a user ID, it is very simple to make one. Click this: Create a new Wikispaces account. Article topics can be general in scope, for the truth of God reaches every subject there is.

May the name of the Lord Jesus, the Son of God, be praised. I was told on Wikipedia that the truth does not matter there. Wikipedia policy states: "The threshold for inclusion in Wikipedia is verifiability, not truth...."[1] What they care about is if something has been published and it is a major perspective. Is that wise? Many foolish things can be and are published that have no truth whatsoever. Yet according to Wikipedia policy, if the published material is a significant view, it is fit to be included in the encyclopedia. An encyclopedia should be about truth, not whether it has been published and many people believe it. Wikipedia is at times biased against the Christian faith, censoring out the truth on topics related to Christianity because certain editors do not like it. Rather, these anti-Christian editors want to create the illusion that our faith is false. The official policy of Wikipedia to use a neutral point of view is a crafty deception that sounds nice and fair, but actually often results in a biased godless point of view. The writings frequently contradict the truth in an effort to include all significant views, thereby giving ungodly information. For an example, you can see the Wikipedia article on Jesus[2] . Being neutral is not best and also extremely difficult, resulting in writing that never affirms what is true from the point of view of faith. Therefore, may God's people come to this wiki rather than Wikipedia, to find the truth.

The Lord Jesus said: "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6)

The founder of this wiki can be contacted at Jesuspedia(at)gmail.com. God bless you in the exalted name of his Son, Jesus the Messiah.
  1. ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Core_content_policies
  2. ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus