Another example of the futility of expecting objectivity and balance from the internet is Wikipedia. Even its co-founder, Larry Sanger, recently stated, “The days of Wikipedia’s robust commitment to neutrality are long gone. Wikipedia’s ideological and religious bias is real and troubling, particularly in a resource that continues to be treated by many as if it were an unbiased reference work.”
I have long noticed that in anything pertaining to biblical Christianity, Wikipedia leans heavily toward skepticism and unbelief. As we have a second generation now coming up in the internet age, we observe the growing lack of perception of truth in the whole of society.
It is with good reason that leftists and liberals who control public education much prefer an internet “encyclopedia” to an older printed encyclopedia. One cannot easily edit a printed one, but Wikipedia can be edited with a few keystrokes. Older dictionaries are unacceptable to this leftist crowd because these people now call so many things good, which once were defined as evil, and so many things evil, which once were defined as good.
All this comes as no surprise to the Bible believer because we have been given forewarning of these conditions in the Scriptures. It is more important than ever that we live as lights in these days of such confusion in culture. If you are trying to live with one foot in ungodly practices and one foot in the church, you are doing much more to aiding Satan’s work than God’s work. These times call for a stand for truth and right more than ever before.
Ex 32:26 Then Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said, Who is on the LORD’S side? let him come unto me.