Editing the Bible
Forget Biblical literalism, a conservative group is editing the Bible to match their values and is using a Wiki to do so.
The Conservative Bible Project  is part of Conservapedia--a wikipedia for conservatives. Therefore anybody can contribute their proposed edits, being made to the King James Version of the Bible. I couldn't find many edits being made yet, but you can see their guidelines here .
This is a strange combination of using a technology that equalizes everyone's voices to create an intolerant translation of the Bible.
I just hope they keep this in mind from Augustine (via Karen Armstrong's recently released The Case for God ): "The exegete must not leave a text until he could make it 'establish the reign of charity.'"
As the Crunchy Con Rod Dherer says at beliefnet.com , "the insane hubris of this really staggers the mind."