The store on this website is protected by an SSL software package that creates a cryptographic key to the contents of this page. That is why you see the little padlock symbol next to the URL in your browser. This is designed to keep the information from being stolen as it travels between the browser and our server.
This is state of the art protection from one of the best companies around.
We also have our own dedicated server which suggests a slightly higher level of protection than some other small business configurations.
What does that mean in practical terms? Well, simply put, it means your grandmother probably couldn't hack the site and steal your credit card number to gamble on her grandson's little league baseball team.
Your account information is completely safe except for the Chinese, North Koreans, Russians, ISIS, NSA, CIA, Facebook and Google techs and a few thousand geniuses working for professional cyber thieves all around the world. They pretty much have access to anything, anywhere in the world, all the time.
Reality can be a nuisance!!!
In short, there is no security these days for anything in cyberspace as is attested by the headlines every week. Ask Sony! Even the Pentagon got hacked by ISIS recently.
The reality is also that shopping online is a lot like flying. An airplane goes down every once in a while, and when it does, it tends to be a hard landing. Gliders are passé these days. But, commercial air travel is safer than my riding my bike to work in a generic American city with bike lanes.
Similarly, there are billions of online transactions each day that go through without compromising your safety, although from time to time, people do get hurt. We cannot guarantee your security against the pros, but practically speaking, you have little to worry about.
So our site is as safe as any other commercial website and safer than many primitive sites because we use best practices that many small companies don't even know about. It is as safe as gassing up your car while the guy at the next pump reads your PIN or your zip code.
On the other hand, if you are actually reading this, which few ever will, it means you do have a high level of concern about cyber security. In that case, I have a better idea for you. Go to your Christian bookstore and harass them (in a Christian sort of way) until they start carrying our products so you can buy them with cash on the spot. We do offer very attractive packages to booksellers.