The well known and popular Celebrity News Site, Radar Online, has picked up on the story of Audrey and Jeremy Roloff's recent connection and praise of Christian Pastors who are known for their outspoken activism against gay rights (gay marriage, gay parents adopting, gays in the military, gays as boy scout leaders).
Radar Online says in their story that they have reached out to Audrey Roloff, but so far, she has declined to comment further.
The Roloffs Christian nature and opposition to gay rights have long been talked about and speculated. Jeremy and Audrey Roloff often quote John Mark Comer, a Christian Pastor, who has made controversial statements advising that gay people are broken inside, however, they can be cured by praying to Jesus.
However, although the Roloffs have always been connected to anti-gay people and organizations, they in the past have always avoided actually stating their beliefs publicly.
It is well known that Molly Roloff, on her Facebook page to her friends, once praised Kirk Cameron for his controversial comments on CNN years ago when he called gay people destructive towards civilization. Yet Molly, like the rest of the Roloffs, avoid saying anything publicly.
Some have accused the Roloffs of being cowardly in that they won't proudly state their beliefs because they are afraid that if their beliefs are known it might cost them some viewers, and in turn, money.
Some of have said they should be more like Kirk Cameron, and proudly stand behind their beliefs no matter the consequences.
The original goal of the television series Little People, Big World, was to advocate for diversity and acceptance of differences.
As Radar Online notes, on their Beating50Percent.com website, Audrey and Jeremy recently, in response to criticisms, finally stated that they do not agree with same sex relationships.
Read the entire Radar Online Article here:
From the article:
"Audrey has not responded to Radar’s request for comment."