The Push

Apparently the recent comments from this B+ list mostly movie actress directed at an A+ list mostly movie actor and his beliefs were not completely altruistic.

Over the past few months there has been a battle brewing between the old guard of that cult like religion and the new guard who is taking all the young people with their high profile celebrity attendees. So, how to combat it?

Well, part of the job is being taken care of by the press who are reporting facts.

How to sway the public though?

Take some members of the cult like religion and have them spread talking points to their celebrity friends who may or may not even be in the cult like religion.

That way, the news spreads like crazy and has celebrities distancing themselves.

Then, the cult like religion swoops in like vultures on a carcass for the bodies of the celebrities and their followers.

This is what happened last week.

It certainly has worked.

Ellen Page

Chris Pratt

Ellen Page Calls Out Chris Pratt for Supporting ‘Infamously Anti-LGBTQ Church’

Actress and activist Ellen Page is calling out fellow celebrity Chris Pratt for attending an “infamously” anti-LGBTQ church.

Page pointed out that Pratt, who spoke about his church on the “Late Show” Thursday night, didn’t mention that it doesn’t appear to be affirming of queer relationships.

Pratt and a number of other Christian celebrities ― Justin and Hailey Bieber, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez ― have become closely associated with hip, youth-oriented evangelical churches like Hillsong, a megachurch with locations around the world, and Zoe Church, a newer Los Angeles-based church that was modeled after Hillsong.

Pratt is reportedly an attendee at Zoe. In a 2017 Instagram post, he referred to Zoe’s founder, Chad Veach, as “my pastor” while promoting one of Veach’s books. Pratt has also been spotted at Hillsong services.

While churches like Zoe and Hillsong often claim to be welcoming of LGBTQ people, ultimately many still hold conservative Christian views about marriage ― meaning they do not support queer relationships or same-sex marriages.

Page came out as gay in 2014 and married her partner, dancer and choreographer Emma Portner, in a private ceremony last year. Page has often used her public platform to defend LGBTQ rights. – Source

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