Actor Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘Unnatural’ and ‘Destructive’
I find it fascinating that Piers Morgan is infatuated with the topics of gay marriage, abortion, and moral issues. He uses his bully pulpit to berate his guests’ value systems as divisive and destructive, but fails to understand that his value system, if expounded on, would offend certain segments of society too. Piers Morgan is willing to take the high road and talk about the destructive nature of other people’s belief system, and yet, has no problem eavesdropping on citizens private conversations in the U.K. With such outrage towards others, I wonder if he found his “value system” to be destructive.
I applaud Kirk Cameron for stating his values. I hope he has the courage and fortitude to stand by his statements. His values are just as valid as those who find disagreement with him.
It must be understood that everyone draws the line somewhere when it comes to right and wrong. It is amazing that so-called open minded people are so closed minded to the views, opinions, and values of other people. And although each of us must make these determinations in our lives, ultimately, each of us will stand before God and judged by His standard. I, therefore, think that it is wise for a person to base their values on Biblical principles, even when they are considered outdated and out of step with the majority of Americans.
This is an excerpt from Kirk Cameron‘s interview:
Cameron, an evangelical Christian, has been back in the news lately to promote his new documentary “Monumental,” about America’s founding principles. He attended the Conservative Political Action Conference last month and appeared on GBTV.
In a sit-down interview on “Piers Morgan Tonight,” the host repeatedly pressed Cameron about his views on social issues.
“I believe that marriage was designed by God a long time ago — marriage is almost as old as dirt and it was defined in the garden between Adam and Eve — one man, one woman for life till death do you part.” Cameron said when asked about his gay marriage views. “I would never attempt to try to redefine marriage, and I don’t think anyone else should either so do I support the idea of gay marriage? No, I don’t.”
Cameron — who at first joked, “I feel like I just got imported into the Christine O’Donnell interview you did back in August” at Morgan’s line of questioning — said he does not consider being gay normal.
“I think that it’s unnatural, I think that it’s detrimental and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization,” Cameron said. Asked what he would say to his son if he announced he was gay, Cameron answered, “Just because you feel one way doesn’t mean you should act on everything you feel.”
When Morgan sounded incredulous at Cameron’s answer, he replied: “Piers, you‘re speaking to a man who’s a Christian and I believe all of us are sinful, that’s what I teach my kids. I teach them the values that I hold dear, I treasure the God that loves me and forgives me of my sin.”
Abortion, he said, is “wrong in any circumstances.”
“I think that someone who is ultimately willing to murder a child, even to fix another tragic and devastating situation like rape or incest or things like that, is not taking the moral high road,” Cameron said. “I think that we’re compounding the problem by also murdering a little child.”
You may view the interview here.
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