Kirk Cameron is a former child actor ("Growing Pains") who has now turned to evangelical Christianity and rabid, right wing activism. And while he loves Jesus, he is also a homophobe who believes that homosexuality "is detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization." He thinks that marriage was defined, in the Garden of Eden, as being between a man and a woman and has joined up with the National Organization for Marriage in order to promote its homophobic propaganda about how "God" will so not be at your gay wedding. And if you criticize his views, you're "trying to take his freedom away" and obviously part of the anti-Christian "secular-totalitarian" agenda. Now that he wasn't successful in persuading Americans to vote against Obama's "flood of moral and spiritual evil," Kirk has produced a new movie in which he preaches about the importance of faith in adversity - a movie that he pimped, this morning, on Fox & Friends. Where else...!!!!!
Steve Doocy began with a clip from Cameron's new movie, "Unstoppable," in which a large head of Kirk Cameron is shown asking why bad things happen to good people. Heather Nauert described how the movie shows that "faith can make you stronger when you're faced with tough times." Cameron, sporting a "Liberty University" shirt (that's where the film is debuting), discussed his "documentary" that answers questions about where God is when "we need him most." He also answers the question of why good things happen to bad people. (Like Bill O'Reilly's multi-million dollar Fox contract?) Doocemeade and Nauert gushed over Kirk who is "always a pleasure" to have as a guest.
So Kirk Cameron is now a theologian. Go figure
Perturbed Patel sounds like he and Kirkie are VERYCLOSE, doesn’t he?
Any link to that claim??
Julie McCullough – now standup comedian
“Unstoppable: Icons of the 20th Century features intimate and revealing interviews with five famous women whose extraordinary accomplishments were threatened by the discovery of their sexuality: Tennis pioneer Billie Jean King, tennis superstar Martina Navratilova, Vietnam veteran Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer, former California State Senator and child actor Sheila Kuehl, and ‘Married … With Children’ actress Amanda Bearse. Their stories are woven together to provide an insightful look at their lives and how they impacted our world at a pivotal time in history.”
And now the link to Kirk’s film, which has precious info, other than it was shot by Camfam Studios, Liberty U.