Chris Pratt responded to the criticism being replaced by fellow actor Ellen Page, who distressed him as part of Hillsong Church, which he considered an anti-LGBTQ establishment.
In an Instagram story on Monday, Pratt did this he did not see the church embrace such philosophy and can only be judged based on his personal experiences. "I recently suggested that I belong to a church that & # 39; hates a group of people & # 39; and & # 39; s dreadful anti-LGBTQ, & # 39;" he says. "There is nothing more than the truth. I go to a church that opens their doors completely."
Pratt described his 2017 divorce from Anna Farris as one of the main reasons he moved to church, and how it supported him during his time. "Despite what the Bible says about divorce, my church is there for me every step, never judged, with a small walk with me, helping me to offer love and support. Others on countless occasions are no sexual orientation, race or gender. "
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RELATIONSHIP: Ellen Page Explains Why He Called Chris Pratt on Social Media  Nevertheless, Pratt explained that while his faith was important to him, ultimately, no church "was referring" to his life and because of this, he would not judge the lifestyles of others. "Who am I We do not need more hostility to the world, not more, I am a person who believes everyone has the right to love that they want to be free from the judgment of their fellow human beings," he concluded.
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
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