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March 20, 2012
What disheartens me, to be honest with you, is that when you’re sitting across the table from someone who knows what your perspective is… I’ve been very consistent, I don’t think anything I said surprised anybody as a Bible-believing Christian… to then take some answers, reduce an important and personal and sensitive issue to a four-second soundbite, and toss it into a community to start a political bonfire and really upset people that you’re saying you’re looking to protect, I think it’s disingenuous.
Kirk Cameron • Taking a shot at Piers Morgan, who interviewed Cameron for his CNN show a few weeks ago, during an appearance on Fox & Friends. Morgan asked him about his views on homosexuality, as Cameron (no stranger to controversial statements) is known as a very dedicated, and very vocal Christian. After some prodding, he admitted that he viewed homosexuality as “unnatural,” and “destructive” to civilization – words which, unsurprisingly, were outraging to a ton of people. Frankly, the idea that  Morgan’s questioning and handling of this issue has been disingenuous is quite the contrary of what we’d say; Morgan asked an honest question, got an honest answer, and now Cameron is learning what everybody else honestly thinks about it. If anything, the entire incident has been dripping with sincerity. source (viafollow)
22:05 // 2 years ago
May 18, 2011
Kirk Cameron feels disadvantaged against Stephen Hawking
"Like bullying a blind man": That was what former sitcom actor and adamant Christian activist Kirk Cameron complained it was like to say anything negative about Stephen Hawking. “He has an unfair disadvantage, and that gives him  a free pass on some of his absurd  ideas.” It’s a crass and lowly insult to Hawking to suggest that he’s the benefit of an “unfair disadvantage,” which clearly refers to his ALS. Especially because it implies that he’s the beneficiary of some sort of sympathy within the scientific community, as opposed to what he is; the owner of a magnificent mind that’s he’s used to bettering humankind. Whatever you might say about Growing Pains, we reckon that contribution doesn’t measure up. source
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"Like bullying a blind man": That was what former sitcom actor and adamant Christian activist Kirk Cameron complained it was like to say anything negative about Stephen Hawking. “He has an unfair disadvantage, and that gives him a free pass on some of his absurd ideas.” It’s a crass and lowly insult to Hawking to suggest that he’s the benefit of an “unfair disadvantage,” which clearly refers to his ALS. Especially because it implies that he’s the beneficiary of some sort of sympathy within the scientific community, as opposed to what he is; the owner of a magnificent mind that’s he’s used to bettering humankind. Whatever you might say about Growing Pains, we reckon that contribution doesn’t measure up. source

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17:35 // 3 years ago