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Ellen Page Calls Out Chris Pratt for Supporting 'Infamously Anti-LGBTQ Church' - HuffPost


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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.In an early morning tweet on Friday, Page wrote that “his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too?”Page came out as gay in 2014 and married her partner, dancer and choreographer Emma Portner, in a private ceremony last year. Perry has sparked controversy in the past for urging queer Christians to leave same-sex relationships out of a sense of duty to God. Zoe’s official stance on LGBTQ issues is unclear, according to Church Clarity, a crowd-sourced database that scores churches based on how clearly they communicate their policies on LGBTQ people and on women in leadership.George Mekhail, one of Church Clarity’s founders, told HuffPost he suspects that the ambiguity some conservative Christian churches have around their LGBTQ policies could be intentional.“We try to assume the best, but once churches are made aware of the fact that being ambiguous is misleading, it’s difficult to continue extending the benefit of the doubt,” Mekhail told HuffPost in an email.

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