The Dallas Observer, a Dallas based cultural paper that is very progressive in its view had an interesting and surprising take on a local "Christian Comedy" Festival . . . MOL applaud's their willingness to call "good" what is "good" despite the fact it might threaten their "street cred" . . .
funny excerpt . . . .
IT'S NOT EASY to keep reading, is it? You see a headline about some Christian comedy night and you're thinking, "There's no way that's funnier than Senate testimony on C-SPAN." Maybe you're right.
But try to keep reading. You're this far already. Here, we'll even give you the payoff, right at the top: Christian Comedy Night is funny, regardless of religious beliefs.
Sure, Christian rock blows. The Left Behind series is tortured prose and clichéd plots. Mel Gibson should stick to war movies. But Christian comedy, eh, not so bad.