Christian music artist former homosexual
Christian Examiner — When Trey Pearson of the Christian rock band Everyday Sunday announced in May he was gay, it sparked a debate among the group's largely conservative fan base around one question: Should they still listen to his music? When Jennifer Knapp announced she was a lesbian in , and when Ray Boltz said in a interview that he was gay, their fans raised the same question. Both Knapp and Boltz — at one time or another -- were staples of the Christian music scene. Stith formerly served as the Southern Baptist Convention's national strategist for gender issues. Everyday Sunday had not won a Dove but still was popular among Christian music fans.
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CNN -- Rumors were rampant when Christian music artist Jennifer Knapp walked away from a successful career seven years ago. There were countless theories as to why Knapp checked out, including the possibility of illness. But the one that raised the most ruckus among her die-hard fans was the one which proved to be true: Jennifer Knapp is gay. This week Knapp burst back onto the music scene with news of a comeback and a coming out. Her new album will be released in May, and she has revealed that she has been in a same-sex relationship for the past eight years. The revelation rocked the Christian music scene, where Knapp was a darling of fans and critics before her self-imposed exile.
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Who's gay in Gospel music?
What has always made me shake my head in utter disgust is not only how most African American gospel church choirs of any note have LGBTQ singers but how they also actively seek us out as ministers of music. Gospel music undeniably has a queerness at its roots that has not only shaped the genre but has continued to give it its enduring vibrancy. And as the largest denominational black church in the country it is also the loudest in rebuking homosexuality. And the church is conflicted with itself. Your only hope is Jesus Christ.
But if someone wanted to write a storyline with a gay character in a genre that would make for even more heightened drama, they might want to set it in the world of Christian music, where the proscriptions against being proudly gay have made for a complicated scenario. The consensus: Although many are personally proud of Pearson, none would contend that an out gay person could have a viable career in the mainstream of a genre this driven by theological conservatism. But Everyday Sunday songs are unlikely to show up as recurrent on many Christian programs. Program directors have been circumspect.
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