What happened was that there was some discussion going on in the discussion page, and someone cited Chalmers twice as a way to back up their bogus arguments. Chalmers comes, and says: To that he was told that wiki was not a place for him to wave his "pompous hand of authority" You think undergrads using it is bad? That's just the beginning! A recent study by law professor Paul Caron found that 545 articles of legal scholarship cite wikipedia!!! And it has also been cited in over 100 US judicial opinions, with 13 of those being at the circuit courts of appeals level (one level below the federal supreme court). And just so I'm not derailing the coversation: what's your favorite sub-topic within theology?