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As far as I know, Kirk Cameron became a Christian some time later, that is after he was in the tv series of Growing Pains.
But it was Ok for Rosie O'Donnell to bash Christians on TV, not once, but twice, right? When Pope John Paul II died, she rejoiced over it in her blog. And she wonders why no one wanted to watch her TV show. Then you have TV shows like "House" where one character describes Jesus as "schitzophrenic" (Yeah, they wouldn't dare say that about Mohammed!) and Christians are made to look stupid and ignorant, which is why I no longer watch the show. I am sick of the hypocrisy in America! Everyone talks about tolerance and respect, but when it comes to Christians, they are anything but tolerant and respectful. The way the media portrays Christians is EXACTLY the way the Nazis portrayed the Jews.
"Conservative Christians, over the centuries, demonised and massacred millions of Jews and homosexuals and everybody else who believed differently."
Chris Vogel, that statement alone is hate speech, and an outright lie, based on nothing more than your own ignorance, hatred, and prejudice.
@Cheeky Yes, I agree with you. Kirk has a right to stand by his religious convictions.
How in the world can you vilify a guy for speaking his mind in America. This guy has a possitive attitud for himself and others. I'm discusted in the way this interview was conducted. Leftist media calling people with different views "haters". I agree with Kirk on some things and disagree on others, but think he is OK. Go Kirk, be yourself. You seem to know better than to let this trouble you. Good luck with your movie.
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