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Kirk Cameron is one of the few Christian, conservative actors in Hollywood still standing.
Now, Cameron is holding the line out in California so what’s happening there doesn’t come our way — but he’s not alone.
“We have more Bible-believing, God-fearing, constitutional-loving Christians than probably any other state. We got 40 million people out there,” Cameron says.
Cameron has also authored Christian books for children, such as “As You Grow,” which is a “Christian children's book that teaches kids how to grow in wisdom through the fruit of the spirit.”
But when Cameron’s asked what his favorite book is, he won’t say the Bible because it’s too good to be on a list.
“You know that there would never be another number one book on the New York Times bestselling book if you allowed the Bible to be in the race because it’s always number one,” Cameron says.
And Cameron isn’t a stranger to reading.
The Hollywood actor began a podcast called “The American Campfire Revival,” as part of which he would record discussions of important literary works such as his favorite book, “The American Covenant” and, of course, the Bible.
The podcast also focuses on faith, history, and patriotism.
“I actually talked through that book for a hundred consecutive days next to a campfire in my backyard during the COVID shutdown in California. I called it ‘The American Campfire Revival,’” he says, referencing “The American Covenant.”
The book was authored by Marshall Foster, his friend who has recently passed away.
“He wrote it because he says our Founders understood some things we’ve forgotten, and until we remember those things, we’ll not get back the blessing they left us,” Cameron says.
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