The Bad Religion Page was started by Brian Scott and was first accessed on October 1, 1995 (the site was authorized by Greg Graffin in November 1995). Soon the site (http://r2d2.ucsd.edu/br) was getting so many hits that the university (University of California, San Diego), where the site was being hosted, asked Brian to remove the site. He looked around for another provider but couldn't find anything he really liked, so he decided to create his own.
Brian enlisted the help and resources of a couple of friends, and around January 1, 1997 TierraNet was born. With the elimination of space and bandwidth restrictions, the page could continue to be the most complete and most used Bad Religion resource on the Internet (http://thebrpage.tierranet.com).
In 1997 Justin Sipla inherited the website from Brian Scott and kept it going for about a year. During this period Justin gave the site the black-white-and-red look and added a lot of new content and news.
In March 1998 AgNOsTiC (Jens) joined Joe and Chud to help them out updating the site.
Because Justin's school schedule became too intense, he then gave control over the site to Joe Rafaniello.
On August 6, 1998 Roger Vulture inherited the page from Joe. The staff then consisted of Roger, Justin, AgNOsTiC (Jens) and Joe.
At that time Roger already had his own Bad Religion website called "The Answer". This site consisted of a Bad Religion reference guide as well as over thirty articles, tabs, rare lyrics, videos, etc. A logical decision was to fuse The Answer with The Bad Religion Page.
Thus The Answer disappeared and The Bad Religion Page grew even bigger. Under Roger's management the page became huge, as he added his whole collection of BR stuff and many other things, including many new sub-pages. At that time the site was receiving around 4,000 visits a day and has been featured in (but not sponsored by) the 1996 KROQ Calendar, MusiquePlus (a Canadian music television station), Bad Times (the official Bad Religion newsletter), and has been mentioned on radio shows around the globe.
Between 2001 and 2003 The Bad Religion Page had a variety of bulletin boards. Below are screenshots of some of them.
In November 2003 The Bad Religion Page got a new domain and new layout. The layout is designed by Brendan Firem. Kristoffer Averheim took over as webmaster for the site.
On November 6, 2008 a completely new version of The Bad Religion Page was launched. Without going into too much detail about what was changed, it's safe to say that it was a lot. If not everything.
The site itself was moved from a hosting company in Sweden to a company located in the US.