Growing Pains Tv Show

March 23, 2012 by staff 

Growing Pains Tv Show, Kirk Cameron doesn’t speak in sound bites. He’s in New York on Monday afternoon to promote his new documentary, Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure, except his flight was delayed and he missed almost all of his interviews.

He’s sitting in a plush leather sofa in a Times Square hotel, looking tired as he sips a Starbucks coffee (his hoodie, which says “Do Justice,” makes him look much younger than his age, which is 41).

When you ask what prompted him to make the film, his answer is a macro sermon that touches on, among other things, his children, our national debt, the church blaming the media, drugs, alcohol, teenage pregnancies, suicide, and how “America is a beacon of hope for the world. And yet we are in so much trouble.” Then-wham!-he gets to his point. “The root of the deal is this,” he says. “I joke around and say I wish my name was Marty McFly, and I had a DeLorean and I could zoom back there and talk to these people.”

By these people, he means the pilgrims. If you’re lost, that’s OK, because the truth of the matter is you’re not here to read about Cameron’s documentary. You’re here to read about the time he put his foot in his mouth. Two weeks ago, Cameron-the former teenage heartthrob of Growing Pains who became a born-again Christian, married his TV co-star, had six kids and quit Hollywood for the religious Left Behind films-was asked about his views on hmosxlity on Piers Morgan Tonight. This question, Cameron admits, caught him off guard. Nonetheless, his answer was repugnant: “I think that it’s unnatural. I think that it’s detrimental and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization.”

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