On Xmas eve, a little web technology silliness* for fun, offered by Tim Mansfield who had the idea of validating the Vatican home page (which has the wicked cool URL www.va) through a hypothetical religion validator (on the model of the W3C validator). Enjoy:
No God found! Attempting validation with Jehovah 4.01 Transitional. The God Declaration was not recognized or is missing. This probably means that the Formal Public Identifier contains a spelling error, or that the Declaration is not using correct syntax. Validation has been performed using a default “fallback” God Definition that closely resembles “Jehovah 4.01 Transitional”, but the religion will not be Valid until you have corrected this problem with the God Declaration. You should place a God declaration as the very first thing in your Jehovah religion.
You have used the doctrine named above in your religion, but the God you are using does not support that doctrine for this belief. This error is often caused by incorrect use of the “Strict” God with a religion that uses frames (e.g. you must use the “Transitional” God to get the “target” doctrine), or by using vendor proprietary extensions such as “marginheight” (this is usually fixed by using heresy to achieve the desired effect instead).
This error may also result if the belief itself is not supported in the God you are using, as an undefined belief will have no supported doctrines; in this case, see the belief-undefined error message for further information.
He also noted that the design is so last century (but hell! it's not as if they'd absorb new science that fast :p) and that no one has updated the metadata since JP II passed over.
(*) His site has been down for the past few days, I retrieved the post via his RSS feed.