But Maybe If Kirk Cameron Were in a Gay Movie…

But Maybe If Kirk Cameron Were in a Gay Movie… March 20, 2012

This one’s a doozy. Kirk Cameron spoke out against homosexuality on Piers Morgan’s show. That’s no surprise. Neither is it a surprise that Stephen Baldwin tweeted his support, nor that some HuffPo ranters called Cameron a right-wing nutjob.

What did get me a little kooky is the list provided by Charisma News about why homosexuality is unnatural and destructive. My favorite is in bold:

Cameron was perfectly correct when he said homosexuality is “unnatural” and “destructive.”

In fact, studies also have shown that, not only are adult homosexual males three or four times more likely to sexually abuse a child or a young teenager, homosexual service men and women in the military are at least five times more likely to engage in rape.

In addition, people who define themselves as homosexual are more likely to commit suicide, more likely to get sexually transmitted diseases, more likely to get depressed, and more likely to have mental, emotional and behavioral problems.

Finally, our annual analysis of the movie box office shows that movies with no homosexual content whatsoever make the most amount of money.

Given all these facts, why is anyone in the mass media of entertainment still promoting homosexuality and condemning people like Kirk Cameron when they speak out against it unless they themselves have been trapped by the “lust of the eyes, the lust of the flesh and the pride of life” (1 John 2:16)?

Especially when their own audience isn’t buying what they’re selling?

Loving people all over the world should work to heal those trapped in lust, that is never satisfied, so they can really love, which is always satisfied, by learning how to give, share and care as Jesus Christ demonstrated in His Life on earth and in His Resurrected love for all mankind.

via Banner True Love, Homosexuality and the Kirk Cameron ‘Controversy’.

Maybe we can all help Charisma Magazine. I think they’re missing some blockbusters that have “homosexual content.”

I’ll start:


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