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Stephen Baldwin Defends Upcoming Gig At 'Pray Away the Gay' Conference: VIDEO


The somewhat less famous Baldwin brother, Stephen, is set to speak at a conference called "Rising from the Ashes," which touts "freedom from homosexuality through Jesus Christ." Mr. Baldwin, an evangelical Christian who previously found himself in hot water after expressing support for right-winger and former actor Kirk Cameron, claimed that his involvement in the conference is not necessarily about gay conversion. He is, after all, good friends with Rosie O'Donnell.

HuffPost reports:

The 47-year-old star of "The Usual Suspects" and "Threesome" told HuffPost Live that the conference is primarily "an opportunity for people who are unsure ... to have a conversation about [which] direction they want to go."

"I wouldn't say that my message is, 'You can pray the gay away,'" Baldwin said. "Literally, some of my best friends in the world are gay, and they know I'm evangelical and I know they're gay, and we love each other and respect each other in that way."

Has Stephen cooled down since his Howard Stern condemnations of gay marriage? I'd suspect the answer is no.

Watch him open up about faith and homosexuality, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Stephen Baldwin Praises 'Ex-Gays', Condemns Gay Marriage


Stephen Baldwin, who recently captured the attention of Brits by joining Celebrity Big Brother in the UK (along with Ivana Trump, Heidi Fleiss, and Sisqo) in order to pay off debts (reportedly over $2 million to the IRS) is still preaching against homosexuality. From a profile in The Guardian:

Stephenbaldwin But then, the day after, we speak again on the phone and I ask him what he'd do if one of his girls came out as a lesbian and the other became a stripper. "Jesus or no Jesus, if my kid started working in a strip club, I'd beat her ass," he hoots. "Now, the other question is interesting and culturally relevant. I have two or three very dear friends who are homosexual and they know I'm born again and we have an understanding that we're just not going there…"

I'm not surprised. For the next 20 minutes, we have an intense discussion – argument, really – during which Stephen reveals that he's all for gay men who, through their faith, reject their homosexuality and get married: "To turn away from that lifestyle is astonishing." Yes, Stephen, it is. And he's definitely not for gay marriage.

What about civil partnerships, I ask wearily.

"I believe that the family unit has fundamentally been the most positive thing for society and I don't believe that any minority has the right to create changes that impact on the majority. That's really the only issue for me."

Baldwin, who became a born-again Christian following 9/11, which he says was a sign from the Lord, has expressed his disapproval of same-sex marriage in the past, telling Howard Stern, "I don’t believe that gay marriage is in line with God’s Word, which is found in the Bible. So, what I think doesn’t matter; what I believe is what’s in the Bible and the Bible says that gay marriage is not acceptable."

Baldwin also told MSNBC he doesn't believe homosexuality is normal and therefore it should be kept out of the public education system.

Baldwin's eviction and a short movie uploaded recently by Boy George in which George goads Baldwin to say, "I love Boy George, and he's gay," AFTER THE JUMP...

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Wipe Yourself with a Baldwin Brother


This toilet paper was created for a 30 Rock promo in The Netherlands.

They should go one step further and create a roll featuring Stephen. No doubt plenty of people would love to put him where the sun don't shine.

Stephen Baldwin: Homosexuality Not Normal


Born-again Christian Stephen Baldwin talked to MSNBC about his enthusiasm over John McCain in an interview published on Friday. He also slams gays once again:

"I don’t think it’s right that in 10 or 15 years, potentially, my son goes to a public school and reads a book about the normality of homosexuality. I don’t think that [belongs] in the public education system. In a political sense, I don’t agree with that. It doesn’t mean that I think personally that making that lifestyle choice is wrong. The Bible says it's wrong and I believe in the Bible and I stand for that. So part of the danger of living the faith I live is that they're going to shoot the messenger."

In January, Baldwin told Howard Stern he was a "full-blown, super-duper" fan of Mike Huckabee. He also told Stern that same-sex marriage was not acceptable.

Actor Stephen Baldwin: Gay Marriage Not Acceptable


Blog Subarazzi reports that born-again Christian and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Stephen Baldwin called in to the Howard Stern show last week to let Howard know that he is a "full-blown, super-duper" fan of Mike Huckabee and that he agrees with Huckabee's take on the bible and same-sex marriage, and that he'd ban it if he were president:

"I don’t believe that gay marriage is in line with God’s Word, which is found in the Bible. So, what I think doesn’t matter; what I believe is what’s in the Bible and the Bible says that gay marriage is not acceptable."

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