Church pastors have been damned by web designers for creating hellish looking websites.
In a new book, Son of WebPages that Suck, web designer Dean Peters said that church websites are filled with what he calls "Jesus Junk" that looks as ugly as sin.
Peters, who also teaches Sunday school, insisted that pastors get their Jesus Junk fixation from watching too much tacky Christian Television Network programmes, which tempt them to use things like giant, spinning animated crosses on the front page of their sites.
The next biggest sin is putting huge pictures of the ugliest families in Christendom on the home page, which is guaranteed to scare off even the most brave in spirit.
Peters offers advice at healyourchurchwebsite.com to help church leaders with their taste problems.
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