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 Actor Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘Unnatural’ and ‘Destructive’


Former “Growing Pains” star Kirk Cameron told CNN’s Piers Morgan Friday that homosexuality is “unnatural” and “destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization.”

Cameron, an evangelical Christian, has been back in the news lately to promote his new documentary “Monumental,” about America’s founding principles. He attended the Conservative Political Action Conference last month and appeared on GBTV.

In a sit-down interview on “Piers Morgan Tonight,” the host repeatedly pressed Cameron about his views on social issues. ...

read more: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/actor-kirk-cameron-homosexuality-is-unnatural-and-destructive/


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 2012/3/4 20:43Profile
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 Re: Actor Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘Unnatural’ and ‘Destructive’

I praise God for our brother's boldness and confidence in the Lord and His word. This is not an easy stance to take in our world of humanism and political correctness. The opposition towards him must be great -- and vocal.

I hope we will keep Kirk in prayer as he is brought to our remembrance.


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 Re: Actor Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘Unnatural’ and ‘Destructive’

Fist bump, Bro. Kirk! God bless you for standing up for the truth!

 2012/3/4 21:33Profile
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 Re: Actor Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘Unnatural’ and ‘Destructive’

[blockquote]“In this interview, Kirk Cameron sounds even more dated than his 1980s TV character,” Herndon Graddick, GLAAD’s senior director of programs at GLAAD. “Cameron is out of step with a growing majority of Americans, particularly people of faith who believe that their gay and lesbian brothers and sisters should be loved and accepted based on their character and not condemned because of their sexual orientation.”[/blockquote]

Yip, things have gone downhill very fast since then!!


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… the host repeatedly pressed Cameron about his views on social issues.



Interesting: The host opens expressing concern about the divisiveness caused by "too much" religion, yet he seems to heighten it (in my opinion). He assertively diverts attention away from Cameron’s book and used Cameron to heighten controversy regarding social issues. The host cuts Cameron off when he begins to talk about the place of love. The interviewer then jumps to the topic of abortion. I applaud Cameron in his Christian graciousness in this interview. He never makes any implications of “condemnation” as he is accused of by the left wingers. But he notes that all are sinful. Interestingly, the polemic journal title has nothing to do with Cameron's book - although perhaps it would work indirectly as a sales promotion.

This interview reminds me of the Franklin Graham interview, where aggressive interviewers exploit their guest to heighten controversy; and Graham also carefully deflected the trap.


Let’s admit, we live in a social environment that thrives on controversy. Controversy entertains us and drives our sense of righteousness. But our society (on either side) is far less interested in actual social reform – in actually reaching out to those who have fallen “in the ditch”. Here Carter Conlon’s powerful sermon applies: Hope when Love is Gone http://www.tscnyc.org/media_center.php?pg=sermons

PS: I write for a newspaper which was once criticized for not having enough “hard core” journalism in it. If this interview (and the F Graham interview) reflects that nature of “hard core” – I want no part of it. It is not my calling to tear up our society with more divisiveness than already exists. (a point Conlon draws out in his sermon)



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… the host repeatedly pressed Cameron about his views on social issues.



"I applaud Cameron in his Christian graciousness in this interview. He never makes any implications of “condemnation” as he is accused of by the left wingers. But he notes that all are sinful. Interestingly, the polemic journal title has nothing to do with Cameron's book - although perhaps it would work indirectly as a sales promotion."

Amen! The liberal news media will never interview a strong Christian like Kirk Cameron with the intent of promoting their books or views, but soley to discredit and to tear them down.

"For I will give you utterance and wisdom which none of your opponents will be able to resist or refute." (Luke 21:15).

We don't need any more Rush Limbaugh's, but men such as Kirk Cameron and Tony Perkins that will speak the truth in all wisdom that will dismantle and bring to nothing every argument and high thing that exalts itself against the true knowledge of God.

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Praise God for this brother...what an encouragement he is.


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“Cameron is out of step with a growing majority of Americans, particularly people of faith who believe that their gay and lesbian brothers and sisters should be loved and accepted based on their character and not condemned because of their sexual orientation.

Oh that devil and his lying children.

"Growing Majority"?

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Peirce Morgan is a pretty fair guy when he interviews Christians. So is that other guy on Nightline, Martin Bashir.

I dont know if Bashir is a Christian or not, I dont think he has ever made that claim... but he knows what Christians believe and can articulate it better than most Christians can.

One night Joel Osteen was on TV being interviewed by either Bashir or Morgan, I cant remember which, and Osteen was asked some questions about what Christians believe... and like he always does Osteen choked and tripped over his tongue and looked the fool. Got the "deer in the headlights look". Whichever one it was who was interviewing him calmly explained the gospel to Joel Osteen!

If it hadnt been so tragic it would have been funny.

Kudos to Kirk Cameron. He's a good little Calvinist! (hate to pop people's bubble... lol)

Krispy

 2012/3/5 13:12
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 Re: Actor Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘Unnatural’ and ‘Destructive’

I've just watch this video now - it's wonderful how he was able to convey his opinion in such a graceful and effective way! I praise God that he spoke with boldness!


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