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Wow! It is nearly the end of the year and time for all those year-end lists. The Worst now makes it possible for you to help select the worst five anti-Mormon sites of 1997. Click on the link to participate in the poll.

For the readers—or perhaps more accurately, the reader—who have questions about this site, I have prepared a new Infrequently Asked Questions page.

On Hotbot, at least, this site claims to be the Ultimate Christian Apologetics WebSite. I wonder what less ambitious projects look like?

And for everyone's good, let's keep it that way.

I found this site while looking for "Dr." Walter Martin. Sloppy HTML puts everything in the browser title bar in Internet Explorer; all scrunched up into one black blur in Netscape. (If you "view source" you will see that the text appears to be some kind of diatribe against Christian Science.)

And then they want to know why I have trouble with Fundy claims about Christianity? Two phrases: "inerrant, infallible and eternal" and "one uncreated God, eternally existent in three persons." Only one who preaches the orthodox religion could believe this stuff.