It's easy to get. I don't mind Lutheran ideas because, you see, I like ideas. But then there are fads. Fads of the Sixteenth century and fads of today. Such as liturgical dance. If you ever need to make yourself sick, merely type that phrase into a Google image search.
Consequently, the "new" can be just as hackneyed as the "old." It amazes me that anyone ever needed the "New Perspective on Paul" to go right. Simply read the text itself. Um, duh?
First, begin with something truly horrible, viz.
Now, shoehorn in your standard set design, composed of a quite literal pastische of homely elements:
Of course, design is about the big picture and it is hard to get a sense of that in a blog post. But let's take only one little detail. I can't think of enough words to describe this: trite, turgid, fake, cutesy, contrived .... But it is just about perfect for someone's ideas about how to "play church."
Taste or ideas -- there's no accounting for either. And there are more of both these elements in, say, this (from another of my least favourite artisans):