Arthur Sido of Crying Out in Suburbia has a good commentary on the lastest Christian popular sensation. The video itself didn’t strike me as controversial at all, at least against the American cultural values overall. Everybody loves Jesus, nobody wants a preacher telling them what to do, and that’s all you have to agree with to like the video. The author probably intended more; but you don’t have to agree with more to share/like/tweet/whatever the video.
I suspect the controversey comes from the vocal minority of the country that’s convinced that most of the country is just like them and is being oppressed by a tyrannical minority of bad people who are Muslims, Atheists, Humanists, or Democrats. Or all four together.