Aussie host Christian Web has announced that it will be moving its website to a new home, becoming the new home for Christian Web: Bible.
The news comes as the internet hosts struggled with the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein scandal, with many hosting websites shutting down or removing content that offended or upset Christians.
“We have been working hard on this for months,” Christian Web said in a statement.
“We are excited to announce that we will be rebranding as Christian Web, a brand that celebrates our values, diversity, and inclusive culture.”
This is the first time that Christian Web will be available on any website other than our own, and it will allow us to expand our presence across all platforms including desktop, mobile, and social.
“Christian Web said the new site will be accessible at ChristianWeb.com and ChristianWebTV.com.
It will also feature new sections dedicated to Christian Web TV and other events, including a new “We Believe in Bible” section, and a “We Belong” section.
The move comes after a series of events in recent months that saw the Catholic church’s website go offline, including an incident in December where a Catholic church in Australia was hacked.
In a series for ABC News in March, a Catholic priest said the church had been hacked by hackers who believed in a Christian God.
The attack was reportedly carried out by a former member of a hacker group known as Anonymous.”
You are doing what we have done, you are doing this and this. “
This person was saying ‘You guys are the bad guys.
You are doing what we have done, you are doing this and this.
And we don’t care about anything else.
You will all die in hell, and you will all go to hell.'”
While Christian Web did not provide any further details on the hack, it did say that the Church had “taken a serious step forward”.
“I have to admit, it was a very challenging time,” the former priest said.
“I think it was probably the hardest thing I’ve ever done.”
Christian web host ChristianWeb said that the new website will be a “family friendly” environment.
“With the help of the Church, we have created a family friendly and inclusive community where we can connect, share, and celebrate with one another, we are excited about this new home,” ChristianWeb added.
“It is also an exciting time for us to begin our transition to ChristianWeb.”