Kristin Chenoweth And Gay Rights

September 9, 2011 by Post Team 

Kristin Chenoweth And Gay RightsKristin Chenoweth And Gay Rights, Oklahoma native Kristin Chenoweth returns to her roots in the south with a new country music album, which is launching next week and a new TV show.

Some lessons learned from the singer took the opportunity to live and work in Nashville and her new role as Buenos Carlene Belles ABC Christian is in Dallas.

Glee star sat down with the Advocate to talk about their music, their spirituality and their beliefs. Here is some of what she shared:

Attorney: You said: “Just because I’m Christian does not mean I do not question things – God gave us a brain for a reason.” What do you ask people who cite Christianity as justification for passing laws that discriminate against people?

Chenoweth: “I asked,” What Would Jesus Do “[Laughs] I know that sounds Pollyanna-ish and cliché, but I have a feeling if he were on earth today, would not be walking around saying,” You? Go to hell “and” You’re wrong, you’re wrong, you’re wrong. “I think he would be accepting and loving. I always use this as an example: What would I do if it were a sin to be short? That’s the way God made me, so what could I do? Let’s see, I I could wear heels, which could disturb my hair, and maybe one day I could be 5’1? But the bottom line is I’m 4’11? And that’s the way it is assembled. And that’s what I believe about hmosxls. And I love, love that has become a purpose in my life. But I do not always expect. “What would Jesus do?” That’s my answer. “

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