“There’s nothing more important than your eternal salvation.”
“All sexual sin is offensive to God … But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle. We’re all born with a sinful nature.”
“The real problem with many Christians who try to witness to someone who’s gay is that they don’t understand that homosexuality is one particular branch on the deep-rooted tree of the sinful nature. [Kirk’s friend: “We’re not actually homophobic. We’re sinaphobic.”] God hates gay people. God hates f***, and you’re going to hell. If we fail to be blunt and straightforward about that sin … again, we’re doing a disservice to our gay friends. Remember when I witnessed those gang members?”
“So … how do you witness to someone who’s gay? The same why you would share the gospel with someone who’s not gay.” [Insert montage of Kirk’s not-gay friend asking dumb questions to people on the street.] “And they’re proud of their sin. What do we do with these people?”
Be sure and watch the video clip at Huffington Post because Kirk Cameron has gone to great lengths and complaints to get it removed from You Tube and other places.
Kirk has also been super busy trying to troll the ratings system over at Rotten Tomatoes.com and telling womenfolks to stay the heck home. From Celebitchy
Kirk Cameron’s going crazy on his Facebook page over reviews of his Saving Christmas movie. Kirk takes his evangelical douchebaggery seriously and promoted his film by telling women to get back in the kitchen. He posted this photo yesterday to thank his supporters for the film’s “fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. He’s delusional. The film has an 8% rating. The LA Times called it “an unholy mess” and Peter Sobczynski of RogerEbert.com labeled it as “the only Christmas movie I can think of, especially of the religious-themed variety, that seems to flat-out endorse materialism, greed and outright gluttony.”
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