Kirk Cameron Says Forget Gay Marriage, Let’s Go After the Fornicators!

Kirk Cameron Says Forget Gay Marriage, Let’s Go After the Fornicators! May 6, 2014

 

Kirk says the threat to marriage isn’t outside the church, it’s inside the church:

When people get too focused on redefining marriage, you’re distracted from the bigger problem – fornicators and adulterers… If the people sitting in the pews are fornicators and adulterers, the church will destroy marriages much more quickly than those outside the church. When God’s people mock marriage, God doesn’t take that lightly…I think the greatest threat to marriage is not other people’s definition of marriage. The church isn’t taking God’s definition of marriage seriously. It’s not other people sabotaging marriage that’s the problem.

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  • Angie Rines

    Holy crap. I agree with something Kirk Cameron says. The world is ending, and probably just like The Left Behind series has said….

  • Bill Sahlman

    inside the church/outside the church,
    I see.
    so heterosexuals are inside…. messing it up
    and LGBT people are.. outside?

    am I reading this right? I’m glad he isn’t focused on LGBT as the [only] sin here, but… still feels….. what’s the word/

  • Andrew Dowling

    AKA . . “well, guys, apparently we are getting our clocks cleaned over this gay marriage thing . . I’m going to pivot the issue so I don’t look like a complete cultural dinosaur”

    LOL at the comments below that wacky website. Everyone making themselves feel better by assuring everyone the gays are still going to suffer eternal torment . . what a bunch of pathetic human beings.

  • leighcopeland

    “Inside/outside”. Next up, Kirk acknowledging how the embrace of LGBT will be a big part of the solution. Perhaps the parallel between estranged spouses and estranged sexual orientations can be developed here.

  • debarca

    that photo of kirk rocks

  • Brad

    What reason do we have to judge fornicators and adulterers?

  • Alan Christensen

    He’s actually got a good point there. I think we straight people (not me personally, of course) have done plenty to destroy marriage: having affairs, not paying attention to our spouses’ needs, etc.

  • Beorn

    Tony, I appreciate your effort to marginalize someone with whom you disagree by using this particular picture from 20+ years ago.

    You stay classy, San Diego!

    • Lamont Cranston

      So are you a fornicator or an adulterer?

      • Andrew Watson

        If you go by Jesus definition of fornication and adultery every man who has hit puberty is both.

  • Nimblewill

    I actually agree. Divorce has done more to the Church than Homosexuality.

  • Finally! I’ve been waiting for this kind of consistency from the traditional marriage crowd for a very long time.

    The very next order of business should be a constitutional amendment that outlaws divorce, because by definition, divorce is the dissolution of marriage!

    (To be clear, I don’t think this should happen – I’m glibly pointing out the wild inconsistency)

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