Bible Wiki (Wikia)

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Bible Wiki
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Founded by: HereticOnAStick
Status: Active
Language: English
Edit mode: LoginToEdit
Wiki engine: Wikia
Wiki license: Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike
Main topic: Bible
Backups: 2021-11-06
Wiki size: 718 article pages see stats

(As of: 2022-11-02)

Bible Wiki (also previously stylized as, though hosted at Fandom /, is a Fandom books community wiki site hosted by Wikia. It is a collaborative database documenting people, places, books / literary elements, doctrines, and historical information pertaining to the Bible. The wiki documents content from a biblical point of view; meaning content is documented from within the perspective of the Bible itself, and does not subject biblical content to modern day discussions / interpretations. While assuming the biblical content is accurate, the articles are not naive nor ignorant of scholarly discussions, rather they seek a different approach than Wikipedia.

The wiki has been through many iterations of the same concept of the same namespace, but drastically different in different periods. While the concept/namespace was started in 2006 as the 'Bible Study Wiki- cliffsnotes to the Bible', its current (and permanent) concept is a ministry website meant to allow people to grow in their knowledge of the Word of God. In its current form it has been around since 2013, overseen by two administrators: Superdadsuper, currently a college student studying to be a Bible Scholar, and SouthWriter, a retired security guard with seminary training.

The wiki is functional and active, albeit low-activity. Activity is largely dependent upon the efforts of the administrators and a small community of editors / social followers. Long-term plans are to incorporate into an actual non-profit organization, to turn a hobby project into a 'real ministry', as well as operate other interactive Bible websites. Bible Wiki also maintains the associated Bible Wiki blog, focusing on more expository content from the site administrators.

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