This policy is based upon requirements for the European 2018 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Who We Are

SeekingTruth is non-commercial and is dedicated to the propagation of 'truth' as seem from a biblical perspective. It is operated by private individuals. For registration information please see WHOIS.

Personal Data and Why we Collect it

Personal Data: is any information relating to an individual. It can be your name, email, postal address or even your computer's IP address (usually an IP address does not on its own identify an individual). Your data is obtained in several ways e.g. via cookies that we place on your computer for your convenience, from your email communications with us (normally you should supply only a minimum of personal data) and from analytics and marketing companies.

Processing Your Data: We collect only the minimum amount of personal data that is necessary to run the website. We are not involved in commerce as in marketing or selling identifiable data and we do not deliberately store your data. Any data received is not passed to a third party.

Our email contact addresses ( and are there only for genuine and private comments on website material, or to report broken links. The primary purpose of these email addresses is not to gather your data.

Sharing and Retaining Your Data, and Your Rights

We do not send your data to any automated spam detection service, and we do not share your data with third parties. You can request to receive an exported file of data we might hold about you (from your email communications with us). Or you can request that we erase any personal data we might hold about you. Using your browser, you can delete any persistent cookies we might have placed on your computer hard disk (to simplyfy your future use of our site). We use advanced security software to protect data on our personal computers.


We use Google Analytics. It uses cookies to monitor use of our website and reports usage statistics without identifying individual visitors.


Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. The file usually contains the name of the server the cookie was sent from, the lifetime of the cookie, and a value (usually a randomly generated unique ID number). The website stores a corresponding file (with the same ID tag) to the one it sent to your browser. The website server which sent the (persistent) cookie uses this number to recognize you when you return to a site e.g. it helps you resume where you left off.

Cookie Control: When you access our site for the first time you are asked to 'Accept' cookies, including useful (functional) cookies like this. Click 'Disagree' to refuse third-party non-functional (tracking or marketing) cookies.

Disabling Cookies: You can delete cookies in your browser. For example, in Chrome go to "Customise and Control (page top right), history, clear browsing data, tick cookies box, clear data".

More on Cookies

There are three different types of cookie: Session cookies, Persistent cookies and Third-Party cookies.

A session cookie is stored temporarily in your computer memory (not disk) while you are visiting a website. Once you leave the site, the session cookie is deleted. As an example, session cookies may be used for remembering what pages you have visited on our site.

A persistent cookie is stored on your hard disk and is activated again once you visit the website that created the cookie. A persistent cookie will be removed from the disk on its set expiration date. Persistent cookies help websites remember your information and settings when you visit them in the future. This results in faster and more convenient access for you.

A third-party cookie is one that is placed on your hard disk by a website from a domain other than the one you are visiting. It may be placed for tracking or marketing purposes in the hope of driving up sales. For more see third-party cookies.

Embedded Content from Other Websites

Articles on this site may include embedded content e.g. videos, images and articles. Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website. These sites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged into that website.