Actor Chris Pratt seems like an outstanding guy and is very open about his faith and how God has had a positive impact on his life. Recently, he was on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert talking about that faith again.
Pratt discusses a recent fast he did through his church called “The Daniel Fast.” Inspired by his pastor to eat like Daniel in the Bible, Pratt gave up meats, sugar and alcohol and only ate fruits, vegetables and unleaven bread for twenty-one days.
Pratt also encourages people to go “check out the Book of Daniel.”
Apparently that didn’t sit well with actress Ellen Page, who started church shaming Pratt on Twitter.
Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too? https://t.co/meg8m69FeF
— Ellen Page (@EllenPage) February 8, 2019
Page has also been in the news recently for her comments about Vice President Mike Pence being to blame for the attack on LGBTQ actor Jussie Smollett.
People didn’t care for her attacking Pratt and rushed to defend the actor.
he may believe in god and support lgbtq at the same time
he’s not his church
anyway his personal life ain’t your business
— хх (@blue_unicorn01) February 8, 2019
You know, you can disagree with someone’s lifestyle without condemning them as a person.
I think the modern American left genuinely doesn’t get this. Since they themselves automatically hate anyone who slightly disagrees with them.
— K. 🖤 (@skybluekeely) February 8, 2019
Why? He’s there is promote a movie about Lego’s. While he did share a little about his faith, he’s not obligated to delve deeper. You used your platform to speak on issues important to you and he did the same. The current “trend” to denounce & scrutinize is exhausting.
— 𝒥𝒶𝒸𝓀𝒾𝑒 (@JackieLeeWhite) February 9, 2019
This reads as petty jealousy towards one of the coolest dudes in show biz from someone who hasn't been in anything good since Juno.
— Zach Richmond (@bowtieZRcool88) February 8, 2019