In response to an article pointing out that Christians were very upset by the SNL skit spoofing the Religious Right's agaitprop film, "God's Not Dead", I posted:
One erratum needing correction: The term "Christian" is not limited to fundamentalist evangelical, politically active, right wing Christians. It means others too; including liberal Christians and left wing Christians and even Christians like me. To clarify: "Christian" is not a term which means only those who support the freedom of religion laws which allow them to discriminate against others based upon their religion, including their being a different kind of Christian with different beliefs less absolutist than those of the "Christians". The article made it sound like all Christians would be offended by this presentation and that all Christians support the freedom of religion laws. Many of us don't.
And I thought it was one of the funniest things SNL has done in a long time. I hope they do more like it.