A Storehouse of Knowledge
A Storehouse of Knowledge is a Biblical, family friendly, general content online wiki encyclopaedia. It was founded in March 2009 by Philip J. Rayment, a former administrator at Conservapedia and editor at Wikipedia. A Storehouse of Knowledge strives to maintain a Christian-friendly viewpoint, while at the same time including content on a broad range of topics.
A Storehouse of Knowledge seeks to foster a friendly, democratic environment for editors. However, it also has a hierarchy, and productive and/or verified editors may be promoted and given additional user rights.
Much of the content on A Storehouse of Knowledge is related to Christianity and creationism. This only reflects the interests and expertise of the editors, however, and not a restrictive content policy.
A Storehouse of Knowledge prohibits objectionable material such as sexually explicit images or profanity in contrast to Wikipedia. It is also the objective of the website to provide concise, informative articles that are usable for research purposes.
A Storehouse of Knowledge is based on the Biblical worldview. Rather than claiming to be neutral and then insert bias, A Storehouse of Knowledge is honest about its values and point of view.