Have you decided to follow Jesus?, submitted by Sombrerotron. The Bible, a popular and scary book, has long suffered from an inability to attract younger audiences. Most youngsters look at the book, see that it tells them not to live the way they live, and reject it outright. Hooray2u.com aims to undo that by making the Bible a psychedelic experience that will blow your mind. For all I know this is some elaborate attempt at art, and that is possible given the psychotic nature of the site, but it looks more like the work of somebody who truly, insanely believes they are making a difference. Either way, it's deranged in all the right ways: An exciting adventure filled with scripture reading robots, rainbow colored hippos, terrible comics, and everything else you'd expect from something inspired by the Bible.
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