It’s safe to say at this point that Kirk Cameron joins the list of those responsible for teen bullying and suicide with their continuing anti-gay hate tirade. Some of them including Kirk go as far as to say that their gay friends support them. Um – yeah. Your gay friends support that you disapprove of them? What kind of friends are that? And if they’re so close to you why aren’t they coming to your defense now publicly when you most need it? Why, because they don’t exist!
Most young people don’t know who Kirk Cameron is anyway since his career took a nosedive when his teens were over at the end of the 80’s. He also became an evangelistic religious follower and stopped expanding his mind to find out the real truth. You can’t blame him for that. He’s not a mean guy, just a misguided one who preaches about love, but then says, “except for you people over there.” That’s common among die hard religious people though. Because of this, the Church has seen a drop in attendance over the last number of years due to the hateful gay rhetoric. True God and Jesus lovers want nothing to do with that kind of attitude. Just for the record their many churches and Jesus and God followers who do accept gays. They’re more in line with the teachings of Jesus which was about compassion and love, not hate, fear and ego.
Let’s pray for Kirk Cameron together so that he can be enlightened on his hate filled views. What’s interesting is if all of the churches, not just some of them, but all embraced all people, we’d probably see a rise of support for religion. As it stands religion is out the door and has been more and more over the last ten years. It was designed to control the cattle, but now people are separating themselves from that while holding true the main teaching of God and Jesus: Universal Love.
In a sit-down on Piers Morgan Tonight that aired Friday, former Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron blasted gay marriage and homosexuality calling it “destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization.”
And that was just the beginning.
When the 41-year-old outspoken “born-again Christian” was asked about his thoughts on gays tying the knot, Cameron said, “Marriage is almost as old as dirt, and it was defined in the Garden between Adam and Eve. One man, one woman for life till death do you part. So I would never attempt to try to redefine marriage. And I don’t think anyone else should either.”
“So do I support the idea of gay marriage? No, I don’t.”
For the record, marriage was not defined in the Garden of Eden. Man made marriage and adjusted it’s rules over the years. God, the angels and saints all in heaven have also stated that they see no distinction between heterosexuality or homosexuality, as long as two people are in a ‘committed and loving relationship.’
And when asked if Kirk Cameron thought homosexuality was a sin, Cameron went on to say, “I think that it’s unnatural. I think that it’s detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization.”
But, that wasn’t all.
Piers Morgan continued to discuss the topic with the father of six, asking Cameron what he would say to one of his sons if he told him he was gay.
And Cameron admitted he wouldn’t be so accepting.
“I wouldn’t say ‘That’s great, son, as long as you’re happy.’ I’m going to say, There are all sorts of issues we need to wrestle through in our life. Just because you feel one way doesn’t mean we should act on everything we feel.”
Following the interview, Cameron’s comments ignited a firestorm with groups like GLAAD, which launched a campaign against the former teen idol, encouraging its members to sign a petition against him to let him know he’s “no longer their idol.”
But honestly has Kirk Cameron really been anybody’s idol? I mean the guy has been irrelevant for over 20 years.
In this interview, Kirk Cameron sounds even more dated than his 1980s TV character.
“Cameron is out of step with a growing majority of Americans … with an increasing number of states recognizing marriage equality, Americans are seeing that marriage is about committed couples who want to make a lifelong promise to take care of and be responsible for each other and that gay and lesbian couples need equal security and legal protections. That’s not ‘redefining’ anything.”
Kirk Cameron joins former TV stars Victoria Jackson and Chuck Norris in desperately trying to remain relevant and in the public eye by using anti-LGBT rhetoric. They also know this is the only way to garner attention. Last year, Jackson described a kiss between Glee characters Kurt and Blaine as ‘sickening’ and Norris wrote on anti-LGBT site WorldNet Daily that the public education system has devolved into ‘progressive indoctrination camps’ that train students to ‘forcefully defend issues like abortion and homosexuality, as well as become cultural advocates for political correctness, relativism, globalization, green agendas and tolerance for all.’