Religious Search Engines

Do you use religious search engines for your religious work? Probably not. They most likely do not cover a broad enough view of your subject. So what does a religious person do? Use the regular search engines?

Using any search engine has its disadvantages. Some search engines operate in a secret way. For example, the Google search engine cooperates fully with the Mossad, Israel’s equivalent of the CIA. Your Google account password means nothing; it is apparently open to Mossad, as one religious blogger discovered.

Are there any search engines that maintain your privacy? In the cyber-world there is no supreme guarantee, but there are a few that promise to keep your searches private and not record your personal data.

You might want to try DuckDuckGo for starters, or StartPage. You can compare search results easily. For example, in DuckDuckGo, type in ‘Christian persecution’, and then compare the result with Google by typing ‘Christian persecution!g’ (without quotation marks), then compare your results.

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