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Actress Danica McKellar Shares How She Overcame Bias Against Christianity

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Actress Danica McKellar recently shared her journey to finding faith, noting a shift in her perception of Christianity after attending church with friend Candace Cameron Bure.

She expressed a newfound understanding and sense of peace, emphasizing that faith is liberating and not restrictive.

McKellar also highlighted her move from Hollywood to Tennessee, expressing appreciation for the change in lifestyle and the beauty of experiencing distinct seasons. (Trending: FBI Bribery Probe Caught Joe Biden’s Brother On Tape)

“I’ve been around Christianity my whole life in some way, shape or form,” McKellar began.

“But it never really clicked,” she continued.

“And my good friend Candace Cameron Bure… she brought me to church,” shared the actress.

Adding, “And all I can say is that something happened.”

“All I know is… I was flooded with this love and understanding,” exclaimed McKellar.

“I’d always been so biased against Christianity for various reasons, mostly because of the bad reputation it’s gotten with causing wars, and you think, ‘Oh, Christians are these really judgmental people,’ and all this religious stuff,” continued the actress.

“The truth is, Jesus was anti-religion. He was anti-religion, and I didn’t even realize that.” added McKellar.

“Everything I always thought about there being some higher power and wanting to do the right thing, just because it’s the right thing, when no one’s watching, why that matters, and it all just came into focus. And I feel so blessed,” she affirmed.

She added, “I do have this very recent memory of being a nonbeliever, and I have no judgment whatsoever, I just want people to feel the love and peace that I feel now.”

Mckellar shared that “You don’t feel alone anymore in your moments where you are by yourself, you’re not alone. And the fact that that’s available to everybody at any time… I thought religion was this restrictive thing, it’s actually the most freeing thing in the world.”

She emphasized her excitement about celebrating Christmas in her new home state, noting the joy of witnessing the changing seasons.

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