Bryan McPherson's Controversial Song.  By Melissa Webster     

When folk musician and sometimes activist Bryan McPherson 
wrote the controversial song "What If Jesus Was Gay?" he 
did it in response to the 2003-2004 debate making the rounds 
in Massachusetts over the legalization of gay marriage and the 
predictable opposition from overzealous religious groups. To 
his surprise, it has been resurrected again in the aftermath of 
the November 2012 election that marked a turning point in 
gay rights as three states, Washington, Maryland and Maine, 
legalized gay marriage, and another rejected a gay marriage 

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