June 7th, 2012 | By admin
Kirk Cameron’s upcoming visit to Ocean Grove is getting criticized by pro-homosexual advocates calling him someone who is spreading “hate” and “hate speech”.
In March, Kirk told Piers Morgan on his CNN TV show that he believes homosexuality is “unnatural” and “destructive to many of the foundations of civilization.”
In a recent Asbury Park Press article, it stated that an Ocean Grove-based “human rights” organization now wants the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association to disinvite Cameron from two speaking engagements at the Great Auditorium this July.
Randy Bishop, the mayor of Neptune Township, which Ocean Grove is a part of is also standing against Kirk’s appearance and presentation on biblical values and traditional marriage and it’s importance to the foundation of society. (Randy is an open homosexual.)
If you’re a NJ resident especially, I encourage you to please take a second and write the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association in support of biblical marriage and Kirk’s appearance. You can do this at http://oceangrove.org/
Please explain to them that being anti same-sex marriage or anti-homosexual is not preaching hate, he’s simply stating that according to the bible, homosexuality is wrong (not to mention exercising free speech).
Also, for a “human rights” organization to claim something is “wrong” or “right” implies some sort of standard to judge by. Their judgment against pro-marriage advocates is biased to a arbitrary standard of morality and not the Christian standard, which is the law of God.
I think anyone would agree that making something that is immoral a human right is unjust and unlawful, to both God and society. Pro-marriage advocates (like Kirk) are simply stating according to the ultimate standard of truth (what God says and not what humans say) homosexuality is immoral and cannot be supported or endorsed by Christians if they want to honor the Word of God.