Chris Pratt is all about love.

The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star opened up about his relationship together with his church in response to the controversy surrounding the establishment’s alleged anti-LGBTQ behaviour.

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“It has not too long ago been prompt that I belong to a church which ‘hates individuals’ and is ‘infamously anti-LGBTQ.’ Nothing might be farther from the reality,” Pratt wrote on his Instagram Story. “I am going to a church that opens their doorways to completely everybody.”

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“Regardless of what the Bible says about divorce my church neighborhood was there for me each step of the way in which, by no means judging, simply gracefully accompanying me on my stroll,” he continued. “They helped me tremendously providing love and help. It’s what I’ve seen them do for others on numerous events no matter sexual orientation, race or gender.”

Pratt’s assertion comes after Canadian actress Ellen Web page condemned Stephen Colbert for not questioning Pratt on “The Late Present” about Hillsong Church’s alleged bias in direction of the LGBTQ neighborhood. “His church is infamously anti LGBTQ so perhaps handle that too?” she tweeted on Feb. 7.

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“My religion is necessary to me however no church defines me or my life, and I’m not a spokesman for any church or group of individuals,” Pratt not too long ago wrote. “My values outline who I’m. We want much less hate on this world, no more. I’m a person who believes that everybody is entitled to like who they need free from the judgement of their fellow man.”

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“Jesus stated ‘I provide you with a brand new command, love each other.’ That is what guides me in my life. He’s a God of Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness,” the actor concluded. “Hate has no place in my or this world.”

Pratt not too long ago lent his voice to “The Lego Film 2: The Second One”. You possibly can subsequent see him reverse Dane DeHaan and Ethan Hawke in “The Child” and within the highly-anticipated “Avengers: Endgame”.




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