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Christopedia Juxtaposition of the Day

Various alternatives to and offshoots from Wikipedia
have emerged over
the years.  Some readers may be familiar with Conservapedia,
as an example.  

Now there is an entity known as Christopedia.
 Today the
Featured Article is the one about href="http://christopedia.us/wiki/Barack_Hussein_Obama">Barack
Hussein Obama.  No big surprise there.
 What is telling, is their choice of External Links: Why
Jesus would not vote for Barack Obama, The Assassination of Barack
Obama, The Black Kennedy: But does anyone know the real Barack Obama?,
Obama offers change Kim Jong-Il can believe in
, and so forth.
 

The amusing part is this: on their main page today, there is a excerpt
from the article, then below that, a section for Today’s Bible Verse.
 And what is today’s verse?

Matthew 7:1
Judge not, that ye be not judged.

Obligatory screenshot:

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Amen.

Comments

  1. #1 Nick
    November 10, 2008

    They have 160 articles!

    That site is satirical, right?

  2. #2 Akheloios
    November 10, 2008

    They have 160 articles!

    That site is satirical, right?

    It’s unbelievably racist if it isn’t.

    Though I did enjoy their article on atheism, it seems well researched and balanced.

  3. #3 Karlo
    November 10, 2008

    Hilarious! Someone found 160 fundamentalists who were literate. With some entering the second generation of homeschooling, this in itself should be considered a miracle.

  4. #4 Karlo
    November 10, 2008

    If I’d known that no guests were at his parents wedding ceremony, I would have never voted for that one.

  5. #5 The Science Pundit
    November 10, 2008

    Posted by: Akheloios

    They have 160 articles!

    That site is satirical, right?

    It’s unbelievably racist if it isn’t.

    Though I did enjoy their article on atheism, it seems well researched and balanced.

    And the external link for that article is a satirical video made by a YouTube atheist. LOL

  6. #6 Rev.Enki
    November 10, 2008

    That site is pretty clearly satirical.

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