TRUTH BOMBS: This shows more evidence that there is nothing “Christian” about Christian rock and modern Christian music. YOU CANNOT BE A CHRISTIAN IF YOU DO NOT BELIEVE WHAT CHRIST BELIEVED (AND CHRIST BELIEVED NO FALSEHOOD) AND NOT SUBMIT TO CHRIST’S AND HIS APOSTLE’S TEACHINGS. The article says he has a wife and kids which is more evidence that he was straight but cultural influences changed him.
ARTICLE: The first time I spoke with Trey Pearson was through a rearview mirror.I’ve made it a habit—a pretty natural one as a storyteller—of chatting up my drivers since Uber took over the city’s social bus driver role, and there’s been plenty to dig into. The retired Air Force officer who smelled like Drakkar Noir. The catering chef who let me sing Lauryn Hill songs with her on my birthday. The out-of-town cop making weekend money to stash away for his daughter’s college fund. None stuck with me the way Trey did.Just a few minutes before I departed for some assorted happy hour, Trey, arching his neck and speaking once more into the rearview, said something that bounced around in my head for the rest of the night, and to be honest, for several months after:“I’m gay, and one of the only people who knows is my wife.”On the balance, a story of a man coming to terms with his sexuality and coming out of the closet is no bombshell, especially not in a progressive city such as Columbus—but Trey wasn’t just a musician—he was a bona fide rock star.Since 1997, he’s been the core of Everyday Sunday, a highly successful alternative outfit who’s sold hundreds of thousands of records, scored multiple #1 singles on the national radio charts, toured all 50 states and 20 countries, and signed to a reputable label in Nashville.
Source: Modern Gospel |