The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, the Firmament the Work of His Hand

The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, the Firmament the Work of His Hand

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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Has Kirk Cameron joined the ranks of the far leaning liberal ‘Christians.?.’ Or…
is it those of us who choose not to celebrate Halloween or embrace Santa Claus the ones who do not understand.?.

On a recent TBN broadcast, Cameron along with his Roman Catholic guest, William Federer, a signer of the Manhattan Declaration, an ecumenical document that unites Christians and Catholics to stand together for life and family, provided background on the life of the Turkish bishop Nicholas, who was known to give to the poor and inspired the tradition of gift-giving during Christmastime. He explained that after Nicholas died in 343 A.D., his bones were brought to the pope, who built a basilica for his remains, where they are enshrined to this day. Federer also noted that Nicholas was sainted because of the miracles that the Roman Catholic Church claimes he performed following his death—and still allegedly performs to this day through a myrrh that is purportedly exuded from his tomb to heal sick bodies.

Cameron cited St. Nicholas in his new film “Saving Christmas” as one of the reasons why Christians who abstain from the holiday should really find reason for rejoicing since he believed Nicholas was a strong Christian man. Speaking at Liberty University Cameron said:

“They [the RCC] even ‘sainted’ him—that’s why we call him St. Nicholas. He became legendary in his time and beyond his time. He became larger than life and reached mythic proportions. So the guy that many of us think is distracting from the birth of the Christ child, is really the defender of the faith.???..

“So now [ask Cameron] that you know who the real Santa Claus is, don’t you want to take a picture with him at the mall this Christmas? I do.” [Christian News Network]

Mike Gendron, former Roman Catholic had this to say - “Clearly, Cameron chooses to embrace Roman Catholicism as a valid expression of Christianity instead of embracing the exclusivity of God’s gospel. It was clear during the interview that Kirk was more interested in promoting his movie than contending for the faith of the apostles. The Vatican’s strategy for world dominion is to use influential people like Cameron to bring separated brethren back home to Rome. His compromise of the gospel and his unwillingness to expose Catholicism as an apostate religion reveals his unfaithfulness to God and His word. The Bible is our only safeguard against fatal error.

Mike Gendron, Proclaiming the Gospel Ministries/ Plano, Texas

“These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.” Acts 17:11

“Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” 1 John 4:1  


  1. On a side note, there are many self-proclaimed "evangelicals" that have signed the Manhattan Declaration, one of which is everybody's favorite SBC seminary president, non other than Mr. Albert Mohler.

  2. Well, people give Cameron too much following. The man is an actor, and a Christian who has been deceived with some false beliefs. His popularity has apparently gone to his head and he has no discernment as to what his movie really teaches, what his associations with heretics on TBN, or what his association with and promotion of Roman Catholicism is doing to deceive many people. Too bad there is no one who will sit down with him for a serious discussion of the Faith.

  3. I was hopeful Ray Comfort would bring correction, BUT saw on his website a Santa tract so guess not. Continue to pray for both these brothers. There but for the grace of God go I.

  4. Cameron is known for his dominion-type beliefs, he seems to embrace anything except solid biblical truth. May God truly regenerate him, bringing him to repentance and gifting him with faith and life eternal.