I used to love him as Mike Seaver on Growing Pains, but now he seems completely different now that he has been on his religious crusade.
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I admire him. He is a Christian.He preaches the truth in love. He knows that heaven and hell are real. He knows that EVERYONE will go to one place or the other whether they believe it or not. He knows that the vast majority of people are just coasting through life headed for an eternalÂ hell. He knows that ANYONE can go to heaven if they put their faith in Christ for salvation. I admire him because he warns people about the wrath to come and tells them how to escape it. Unfortunately that is the same reason that some of you think him to be weird. Of course the Bible does say that God's people are peculiar and that the world would hate them because of their devotion to Him. I admire him because he loves the Lord and he loves his fellow man so much that he is willing to risk his popularity and his career by spreading the increasingly unpopular word of God.
Answer by FourMiracles at 2:39 AM on Sep. 25, 2009