I've been researching this a bit and I've come to a conclusion. The best Christian artists are about equivalent to the worst non-Christian artists. That means Casting Crowns are equivalent in talent to Toby Keith. The pool of Christian musicians is so much smaller than the normal pool of musicians that, like Cartman said, all you have to do is toss in the words "Jesus, God, and Holiness" and you're a hit. And there are Christian rappers? I'm sorry, but Christianity + Rap = Wait what? God skipped a heartbeat when an angel told him there are Christian Rappers, I'm sure. So now there are people out their rapping about loving God. It doesn't really click. So now Christians can feel gangster but not be sinning? Great. Now, you're simultaneously butchering two musical cultures. Being a Christian musician is like being in a Private Server in WoW. You're cut off from the real talent and real players so you can just mess around, level up, but still think you're tough sh*beep*.
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