The history of wiki websites specifically related to Christianity is much more recent than that of wikis in general. A wiki website is a site that allows users to add content, as on an internet forum, but also allows anyone to edit the content.
Wikipedia, with over a million articles, is the most well-known wiki website and is a testimony to the effectiveness of wikis in allowing exhange of information through collaborative effort. However, it also leads to politically correct manipulation of articles on or dealing with Christianity that could oftentimes lead to censoring of pertinent information on the subject.
In recent years, in response to some of these criticism, small numbers of Christian wiki websites have been setup. The first religious wiki was Why Clubbet although this has been called a failure by some. Currently the largest Christian wiki is WikiChristian which aims to be a major reference site for all topics relating to Christianity. OrthodoxWiki, for the Eastern Orthodox church and Theopedia, for evangelical Bible-based Christians are two denomination-specific Christian wikis. CARMPedia at www.carmpedia.com is a relative new-comer.
Why Clublet was the first religious wiki. It has been described as a failure. Between September 1 2005 and November 11 2005, its recent changes page showed a total of 17 posts.
WikiChristian (www.wikichristian.org) is the largest wiki specifically related to Christianity on the internet. It was set-up in late 2004 by an American called Prab R. Tumpati. Shortly after, it was joined by Graham Grove in Australia and from there the site has grown. It was set up in the hope that it would become a useful reference on any topic related to Christianity. Articles do not need to be of a neutral point of view - the author can voice an opinion as long as the author of the article makes it clear what his or her background is. It also intends to be a reference point for historical information, historical texts, song lyrics and personal testimonies of Christians.
- Main article:Conservapedia
A conservative Christian version of Wikipedia which is slowly but surely becoming one of the most if not the most prominent Christian oriented wiki. Although not oriented directly to Christian thought and themes, Christian subjects are a prominent part of the wiki and are treated with respect.
Compass at www.theconnexion.net/compassis a small wiki that has a distinct discussion forum feel. Users are encouraged to write down their thoughts about a particular topic. The website was set up by a minister in England called Richard Hall.
Theopedia at www.theopedia.com is a Christian wiki where content is expected to conform to a Protestant and Bible-based approach to Christianity. It was set up by an American from Ohio named Aaron Shaf.
OrthodoxWiki at www.orthodoxwiki.org is a wiki specifically for all issues related to Eastern Orthodox Christianity. It was inaugurated in November 2004 and has grown considerably with many active contributing users.
CARMPedia at www.carmpedia.com is a relative new-comer. It was set up by the well-known Matt Slick, who is the founder of the popular Christian apologetics website CARM. It is similar to Theopedia in that users are expected to agree to a Protestant and biblically-based approach to Christianity.
This is a wiki devoted to Christian Music at CMWIKI
- Main Article:CreationWiki
CreationWiki is a free wiki-based Internet encyclopedia of creationism written from primarily a Young Earth Creationism perspective that was started during the summer of 2004 by the Northwest Creation Network, and is the work of an international team of creationists.  CreationWiki also has Christian apologetic and Bible apologetic material. There are presently 2,623 articles from a creationist point of view. 
Christopedia at  is a small wiki, "championing traditional Christian morality". It is currently in its infancy and has much material pasted from Wikipedia, though, as per warnings on the respective article pages, only on a temporary basis.