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Kirk Cameron complains that he is being 'crucified' because of 'American blasphemy laws'

Kirk Cameron complains that he is being 'crucified' because of 'American blasphemy laws'

Because of his anti-gay messaging, former Growing Pains actor Kirk Cameron says that he is being crucified because of blasphemy laws.  In April, Cameron told CNN's Piers Morgan his views on same sex marriage:  "I think that it's – it's – it's unnatural. I think that it's – it's detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."

"Blasphemy laws are still alive and well in America and I seem to have blasphemed the god of political correctness and they tried to drag me out into the public square and crucify me," Cameron recently complained (see video embedded below).  "Blasphemy laws don't go away.  It's just the god who is blasphemed changes."

After being "born again" when he was 17, Cameron joined forces with Christian evangelist Ray Comfort.

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About D. Beeksma

One of the growing crowd of American "nones" herself, Deborah is a prolific writer who finds religion, spirituality and the impact of belief (and non-belief) on culture inspiring, fascinating and at times, disturbing. She hosts the God Discussion show and handles the site's technical work. Her education and background is in business, ecommerce and law.
  • http://www.facebook.com/theusotsuki Steve Nickolas

    Translation: "BAW! You won't let me treat those who are unlike me as subhuman!"

  • http://www.houseofbetazed.com Mriana

    :rolling eyes: Kirk Cameron is insane. No one is crucifying him, but he'd like to believe everything he's spewing. He's also an idiot too.

    • http://northierthanthou.com/ northierthanthou

      The man is a living testament to the significance of the Dunning-Kruger effect.

  • http://northierthanthou.com/ northierthanthou

    For a certain value of 'crucified' and a certain value of 'law' I expect this is probably true. Both values equal 'not at all.'

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