22. Mathematicians on Wikipedia distort and exaggerate Wiles' proof of Fermat's Last Theorem by (i) concealing how it relied on the controversial Axiom of Choice and by (ii) omitting the widespread initial criticism of it.
I am not making this up.
Now, I don't know Wiles' proof anywhere near well enough to comment on its use of the axiom of choice. But the placement seems to imply that the people behind Conservapedia think the proof of FLT is somehow "liberal" mathematics. Why they single out FLT is unclear. Apparently conservative mathematics mentions God a lot. (The previous link goes to descriptions of math courses at a Christian high school, which I previously mentioned back in August.)
By the way, the "God" of my blog's title is not the God of those course descriptions. My blog's title is an answer to Einstein's famous aphorism "I shall never believe that God plays dice with the universe" -- and the Einsteinian God has basically nothing in common with the Judeo-Christian God except name.