‘Luscious Lesbians’: Candace Cameron Bure Takes Part in Racy ‘Dirty Dancing’ Scene in ‘Fuller House’

Bure-compressedDespite her regular profession of being a Christian on television, talk show host and actor and sister to Kirk Cameron, Candace Cameron Bure recently let loose in an episode of “Fuller House”—a restart of the 80’s show “Full House”—pulling out her “dirty dancing” moves with her best friend in a lingerie-style dress, the two being referred to as “luscious lesbians.” The episode, which is the third for “Fuller House,” is raising concern among Christians who had looked up to the actor as a Christian role model.

In “Funner House,” Cameron Bure, who plays D.J. Tanner, spends the evening drinking and dancing at a night club with her best friend Kimmy Gibbler and sister Stephanie Tanner.

“When Stephanie, Kimmy and D.J. have a girls’ night out and leave Joey in charge of the kids, things get wild out on the town and at home,” the show description outlines.

As the women are preparing to leave the house, Tanner comments about her low-cut, short black dress, “I don’t know if I should be tugging this thing down or pulling it up.”

The women, who refer to themselves as the “She-Wolf Pack,” go to a night club called “Euphoria,” where they decide to order tequila shots. While at the club, Tanner tells Gibbler about her idea to do the “Dirty Dancing” routine together, and sister Stephanie Tanner speaks to M.C. Macy Gray about performing the song to get back at Gibbler’s “two-timing ex.”

During the dance-off, which also includes two men dancing suggestively, Tanner concocts a means to win by “bust[ing] out our big Dirty Dancing lift.”

“Sure that’s not the tequila talking?” Gibbler asks.

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“Well, yeah, it totally is,” Tanner replies.

As the women win the dance-off, they are announced by Macy Gray as “luscious lesbians,” at which neither Tanner or her friend bat an eye.

“And the winners are these two luscious lesbians!” Gray declares. “Get up here you sexy people!”

“We’re the sexy people!” Tanner proclaims as she hurries to the stage and grabs the microphone. “I was just gonna stay in tonight, but my friends insisted that I go out and have some adult fun. They knew I needed to take care of me. Oh, I love you guys so d*rn much! Thank you, Euphoria! And the wait staff and the bartenders!”

“Shots for everybody! She-Wolf Pack is buying!” she announces.

Cameron Bure had posted a photograph of her dress from the episode on her Instagram page this past week, but took it down after fans quickly expressed concern, stating that her clothing was a disappointment for a woman who professes to be a Christian.

“I am so sad! I thought @Candacecbure stands up for Christian values?!?!” one commenter wrote. “This makes me so sad. I can’t let my kids watch this. Is this how you dress?”

Others also have expressed concern about the television show in general.

“I’m glad I watched it first before letting my six and nine year old watch,” another said. “Did not expect to see the language, adult themes (Kama Sutra [Hindu book on sexual intercourse]) and [breasts] popping out. I can see it now, ‘Daddy, what’s Kama Sutra?’ Extremely disappointed.”

One of the episodes of “Fuller House” shows Kimmy Gibbler and Stephanie Tanner locking lips for several seconds until Gibbler’s ex-husband pulls them apart, and another contains a scene with heavy sexual references.

Last month, Cameron Bure, who is outspoken about her profession of the Christian faith on the talk show “The View,” explained that she would be open to having homosexuality included in storylines on “Fuller House.”

“I’m always defending religious freedom and that’s what I was talking about on The View,” she said. “But, I’m an actress on a television show and I support all things that we go through as human beings and would love all our characters to explore whatever issues that are current in our culture and our society today and I’m 100% on board with that.”

Cameron is also known for her appearance on the show “Dancing with the Stars,” where she likewise engaged in risque’ dances with her partner, Mark Ballas.

On her website’s “Ministry” section, Cameron Bure urges others to repent of their sins, stating that she learned as an adult that she was not a Christian simply because she prayed the “sinner’s prayer” at age 12.

“God has changed me in ways that words can’t describe. He has transformed the way I think and live my life,” she writes. “I know that without Christ, the eternal consequences are devastating.”

“I urge you to surrender your whole life to Jesus, turn from your sin and trust in Him with all your heart,” Cameron states, sharing from Acts 17, which reads, “And the times of this ignorance God winked at: but now commands all men every where to repent: Because He has appointed a day, in the which He will judge the world in righteousness by that man whom He has ordained.”

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  • http://www.locomotivebreath1901.blogspot.com/ locomotivebreath1901

    “But, I’m an actress on a television show and I support all things that
    we go through as human beings and would love all our characters to
    explore whatever issues that are current in our culture and our society
    today and I’m 100% on board with that.”

    And that ‘salt & light’ thing, Candace? Not so much, apparently…

    • Amos Moses

      Sugar and light tastes much better….. and not what we are called to be.

      • http://www.locomotivebreath1901.blogspot.com/ locomotivebreath1901

        Are you still hunting alligators?

        • Amos Moses

          They make good boots, and bible covers.

  • HisChild

    “No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.” (Luke 16:13). I am disappointed in her choices. Apparently she IS an actor and this is not good for her witness to Christ. How will she explain this away on The View? I suspect not many true Christians tune in to that show.

  • Quantz

    Good for her! She’s my kind of Christian, the realistic kind who knows that there are lesbians in this world. They exist, and are human beings like everyone else.

    • bowie1

      Knowing and endorsing are two different things.

      • April J

        So because she dances with her best friend of 29 years on the show, she is endorsing lesbianism? They didn’t have sex, guys. Is anyone on here jumping all over Kimmy Gibbler for being nearly divorced? No, that’s not as juicy…

    • Karen

      And they are living in sin and need to repent. How can a Christian be ok with sin?

      • Quantz

        It isn’t sin. How ridiculous. People of the same gender occasionally fall in love, it’s how they are wired.

        • Mark Bell

          Get a life. Gays have sex, they don’t love. They don’t even know the difference. It’s like animals mating, no emotion, no attachment.

          • Quantz

            Easily one of the stupidest and most offensive things I’ve ever heard. If they don’t love each other and it’s only about sex, tell me why they’re pushing so hard for the right to get married?

          • Guest

            Political movement. It’s to push the gay agenda and have their debauchery hailed as acceptable.

          • Quantz

            It’s not political. People fall in love. There is no agenda, they just wish to live their lives free of religion persecution.

        • John_33

          Is how they are allegedly wired a ticket to sin? Or does God expect us to die to ourselves and live for Him?

          • Quantz

            Irrelevant to God. Love is love.

          • John_33

            Love is love, but love warns. It doesn’t endorse bad things. Otherwise, why not endorse incest? If love is love means we can do whatever we want, then that opens up the door to a lot of undesirable things.

          • Quantz

            Love “warns”?
            “Bad things” – whose definition of “bad”?
            If two people fall in love and are consenting adults, it is the business of no one else and hurts no one. It’s certainly not a place for religion to get high and mighty – want to talk about polygamy in the Bible?

          • John_33

            God’s definition of bad. God says that there are bad things that we can do. By all means, let’s talk about polygamy — something that God obviously treated differently from same-sex relations. What would you like to know about it?

          • Quantz

            Sin is the invention of the religious. When people fall in love, they don’t usually consider God at all. Nor should they.

          • John_33

            So there’s nothing that displeases God? We can do anything we want and He will be happy with our conduct?

  • Reason2012

    With perversion and sinful behavior (if not outright pornographic) in most every other mainstream show to expose kids to, how else are they going to trick Christian parents into exposing their kids to perversion and sinful behavior? Act like it’s a Christian show, pretend the actors are Christian, then slip it into an episode – mission accomplished.

    • Becky


  • Dallas

    Give the girl a break. Christians make mistakes too. Major mistakes. My biggest sins happened after i knew Jesus. He has been with me through it all. Just as He does not condone sin, neither does he condemn the believing sinner. We should seek to maintain that balance as well. She must answer to God just as each of us, and what she has done or is doing that is wrong, God will correct. In the meantime I’m not saying I’d let my kids watch the show either.

    Also, did this site really block out the word, darn? Come on.

    • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

      Yes, no sin is greater than the other.

      • Oshtur

        Right. Saying something offensive to a homosexual is just the same as shooting 50 schoolkids. No difference at all. Zip.

      • TomFromMD

        Really? Rape is no worse than lusting?

        • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

          All sin leads to death – “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

          For the second death – “But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.”

          There is no sin that cannot be forgiven – “He is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only but also for the sins of the whole world.”

          Sin is sin, regardless of how grave it is, and they all lead to death without repentance. Therefore, no sin is greater or smaller than the other.

          • TomFromMD

            On the contrary – “All wrongdoing is sin, but there is sin that does not lead to death” – 1 John 5:17.

          • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

            That specific sin is called the “pardoned sin.” This is the cumulative context of John’s epistles. What this means is that the sin that is confessed to God through Christ, is forgotten.

  • Coach

    ….and difficult is the way that leads to life. Few there be that find it. Sometimes we can think about the narrow gate as though you get through it and onto a broad road from there. It’s difficult to be a Christian, especially in America, where so much truth is distorted.

    In Christ alone.

  • Paula

    Not sure why they are putting this in the show, but as believers, we are to love all, but at the same time, take a stand for righteousness in a world that’s agents the things of God. But it comes with a heavy price. To God be the glory!!

  • confesshimaslord

    Because she professes Christ, her sin being publicly paraded on a nationally telesvised show is much more damaging to others and has greater consequences. There is no way to defend this by saying we are exploring issues current in our culture. You don’t promote Christianity by engaging in the same behavior as the world for the whole world to see. This once again damages the cause of Christ and gives the impression that lesbianism is okay with God.

    • David & Jonathan

      There is no sin in homosexuality. Stop following human costruct…

    • Josey

      amen…you cannot ride two horses with one butt. She is failing in being a Christian bible believer to young people who Christ died for.

    • Mark B

      Don’t assume you understand the will of the Lord. Many Christian faiths have, in fact, have endorsed homosexual unions due to their loving and caring nature being exactly what Jesus stood for.

      Others, preach homosexual behavior is forbidden by the Lord but accept all sinners as that is the example Jesus has given to use.

      Preach what you feel is correct but love the sinner, not the sin.

  • Becky

    “…is raising concern among Christians who had looked up to the actor as a Christian role model.”

    The only role model a Christian has is Christ. Do not look up to people for that role…you’ll always be disappointed.

    This show is like any other secular show. They’re in it for the money…it’s a business. The actors claim that they’re just acting and nothing more. Interestingly, Cameron’s brother, also an actor and married, makes it a point of not doing any kissing scenes with other actresses, because he believes it would be an act of adultery, which is true. Acting isn’t just acting when it involves sexual contact. On one of the “Fuller house” episodes, a 12 year old boy, who plays DJ Tanner’s son, had to kiss a girl and it was his real first kiss. Why would they have a child do that with another child? Ratings…money. They call it acting…that’s their excuse…but they’re physically committing that act, which should only be done between a husband and wife…not children. It’s not cute. It’s obscene.

    • TheKingOfRhye

      You know, a lot of people have their first kiss long before they’re married….and most of them probably not with the person they end up getting married to, if they are. I guess, according to you, the vast majority of people are adulterers? Or whatever you’d call them when they’re not married yet…..fornicators maybe?

      • Becky

        Not according to me. According to the word of God. We’re all sinners, but if we confess our sins to our heavenly Father through Christ our Lord he will forgive us and cleanse us from all unrighteousness (1 John 1:8-10).

  • acontraryview


    • Bob Johnson

      You say that like it is a bad thing.

      • acontraryview


  • Nidalap

    Apparently, in today’s Hollywood your show’s not acceptable unless it puts forth a positive view on homosexuality/sexual immorality in general, or the religion of Islam. I doubt you’ll see a homosexual character portrayed who also prays to Allah. Just shows which “protected class” they’re less likely to offend…

    • Amos Moses

      JJ Abrams has said the next Star Wars will have gay characters………..

      Looks to be on my NOT bucket list.

      • Muir

        Stop lying. You’ll watch it anyway.

        • Amos Moses

          i barely saw this last one, last Sunday, i was not overly impressed. It has sort of run its coarse with me.

  • Deborah kessel

    I knew she was a phoney

  • Cindy Kirtley Beasterfeld

    My my who needs the world when fellow Christians are so quick to judge and attack. Shame on everyone of you. You just proved what the liberals and the world has accused Christians of always doing. Give yourselves a Pat on the back for being a Christian who never sins. Hypocrisy. Come quickly Lord Jesus the world is in worse shape then anyone wants to believe.

    • Gloria Boroff

      We’re not attacking her, but stating the truth of what Gods word declares.
      No were far from perfect dear hearts, but a true child of God will not be a part of sin intentionally, but stand against it.
      I personally Love Candice Burr and have respected and respect her stand and will continue to pray for her to repent and come back strong as she has been, standing against sin.
      All she has to do is repent and turn back to God, or to backslide as many that have claimed or been Christians have walked away from Jesus and the cross He bore for us..
      Jesus says, hate the sin, but Love the sinner. We Love Candace enough to speak the truth and Love her back to her first Love, and pray that when i fail or fall someone will care enough for me to share Gods truth and help me see, and that I would repent and come back to Jesus…
      Love, Sis Gloria

      • David & Jonathan

        You are the one who is siining as you are bearing false witness agains LGBT people. Homosexuality has never been a sin. That is a man made construct, not based on any scripture. Repent! And sin no more…

    • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

      The only time it is hypocrisy (according to Matthew 5) if we revel in sin ourselves and judge others for the same things we often commit. Most of us do, so judging her is probably not the best course of action. It is important for us to see clearly before we make any judgements. Yet, 1 Corinthians also teaches us that we are free to judge others within our faith, just not outside of it.

    • Karen

      No one is saying they are without sin. We’re just saying that we are shocked because this is not what Candace stands for. She usually takes a stand on issues like this. Evidently, you approve of what she did? You seem to be ok with it.

  • Edwin Vega

    Wow, Christians can be major judgemental hypocrites. Because everyone is so perfect. She’s an actress and she’s playing a role. Leave her alone! Keep up the good work Ms. Candace, DJ is hilarious and forget these bigot hypocrites that swear their roof is made of glass.

  • david

    the reason why many christians are upset is they question their failures and the past and resolved not to compromise their faith, no excuses like they had before. compromise is for infant Christians who constantly stumble and with little fortitude in faith. we fail, learn , repent from sin and move on being vigilant not to get ensnared in the devils trick to cave in . you open the door a crack to the devil and he smashes it down and moves in.

    many stood up for miley and jonas brothers when they first started to compromise years ago and at the first news of their partying and debauchery saying they are artists and young and need grace. those people now regret siding with the artists and watched their calamity in denying Jesus and even attacking the Bible in some cases.

    the bottom line is no matter how you feel about Candice , or find her attractive , or stare at Jody sweetin, finding some indulgence like the loser who thinks its his chance to get the babe when he sees someone arguing with her, to defend her and be her white knight. but who are you in God’s eyes when you stand with compromise?

    tough questions but it really does reflect how deep our faith and commitment to Jesus is. the wayward get into danger for what they accept and pay for it dearly.

    i understand Candace is in a tough spot for hollywood is getting more evil every year but she did compromise and the Bible verse :

    1 Thessalonians 5:22King James Version (KJV)

    22 Abstain from all appearance of evil.

    abstain from all appearance of evil is almost impossible in hollywood . anyone who thinks they can be stronger then the temptations in hellwood is in for major adversity. so who wants to be the prude telling their costars that they are not comfortable with that scene.

    There are great Christian film companies she could look into.

  • James Dixon

    WHY???If she’s a Christian she should not be endorsing the sin of homosexuality!

    • David & Jonathan

      There is no sin of homosexuality. Bearing false witness made it to the famous ten though. Homosexuality has never been a sin. Read the constitutional commandments: love God and love your neighbor. On these two hang all other laws and Prophets. You can not deduce from these two that homosexuality is a sin. Therefore it can not be a sin. You are following a human construct, which make you misinterprete scripture…

      • Romney Marsh

        You sir are a moron and know nothing of the Bible! The Bible consistently tells us that homosexual activity is a sin (Genesis 19:1-13; Leviticus 18:22; 20:13; Romans 1:26-27; 1 Corinthians 6:9). Romans 1:26-27 teaches specifically that homosexuality is a result of denying and disobeying God. When people continue in sin and unbelief, God “gives them over” to even more wicked and depraved sin in order to show them the futility and hopelessness of life apart from God. 1 Corinthians 6:9 proclaims that homosexual “offenders” will not inherit the kingdom of God.

        • Paige Turner

          Ouch! Name calling.
          No, No, No, Thats not very Christian at all.
          You need to apologise.

        • Weed should be legal you fool

          Who can remember any of that crap?! If you can then you must have quite a good memory. But yes people who think homosexuals are the devil should go drink bleach.

  • David & Jonathan

    The real Christian thing to do is to embrace diversity as all humans, being gay or straight, have been created in the image of God. Being Lesbian has never been a sin, nor being homosexual ever has been a sin. Stop following man made constructs, start following Jesus (which was more likely to be gay than straight anyway, given his interaction with his “beloved disciple”, who ran away naked with Jesus his arrest…

  • acontraryview

    This is awful. If only they could invent some way for people to be able to change the channel so they won’t have to watch something they don’t want to.

  • sparrow599

    Just shocked! Even Christians get sucked in by this stuff. Not the full house I used to watch.

    • Josey

      I couldn’t believe what went on behind the scenes on that show, the foul mouths and foul joking with those young ones on set. What in in the heart comes out and it is that which defiles a man or woman.

  • kagl982

    Several years ago, adorable little Miley Cyrus appeared on the cover of Today’s Christian magazine, supposedly a nice little Christian girl. We see how that wound up. The entertainment business is a hostile environment for anyone with faith and morals.

    • The Skeptical Chymist

      Children need their childhood, and they need to grow up without becoming big money-makers for their parents. Allowing one’s child to become a child star is almost tantamount to an act of child abuse.

      • Amos Moses

        Pedophilia is what it is………………..

      • Joe Soap

        So you think that was what Shirley Temple’s parents thought? or Natalie Wood’s, Judy Garland’s, Mickey Rooney’s or any of the other numerous stars of stage and screen who found fame and fortune as children?

        Your whole point is ridiculous.

        • Bethany Dugan

          Interesting coment and examples since N. Wood was presumably murdered and Garland commited suicide. Hollywood is not a wholesome environment for children nor anyone really.

          • Joe Soap

            Even though my comment is seven moths old. There is no proof that Natalie Wood was murdered beyond the conspiracy theory crowd and Judy Garland was in her 50’s when she killed herself. Hardly a child. I would also point out the numerous protections that exist for children in movies today did not exist back when Garland was a child.

  • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

    We are all broken people. Forgive her and move on.

    • Amos Moses

      She made a choice, and a bad one at that.

      Has or is she in repentance that we may “move on”?

      • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

        She doesn’t need to repent for me, because as a Christian, I still forgive her. If she messes up again, I will do so, 70 times if needed.

        • Guest

          You can only forgive the wrong that was done to you, not the wrong that was done to a host of others.

          • Amos Moses

            It is not our forgiveness she needs……………….

          • Guest


          • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

            Then you can move on?

          • Amos Moses

            No, she needs to repent. We are to guide her to it, not abandon her.

        • Amos Moses

          She did not offend me or you, she has offended God/Christ. She needs to repent.

          • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

            Yes she does, but my forgiveness is not contingent upon her repentance.

    • Guest

      How seriously does God take people who lead others astray?

      • https://www.facebook.com/kengpalmer/ Ken Palmer

        Very seriously – 1 Corinthians 3 is a good place to start here.

  • Shaun Lutz

    And this is why Christianity is on a downward spiral here in America. You Christian extremists find controversy in almost everything! So what if two women are dancing provocatively…so what if theyre wearing a low cut dress…ITS CALLED ACTING for a reason!!! Its for entertainment, plus “Fuller House” was written for the now “adult” audiences that grew up with them back in the 80’s and deal with adult issues of today. So get off your GOD DAMN high horses and let people enjoy this entertainment in peace.

    • Sheila Smith Finley

      I will give you a hint as to why Christianity is on a downward spiral. It is because society has accepted immoral behaviors that in the past would have never been accepted. And so called entertainment and the media promotes that behavior, which is why society has gradually accepted it. What she does is her business, but when she has taken such a strong stand for Christ and is not endorsing certain behaviors, it hurts the credibility of all Christians. And she wasn’t dealing with it as you posted. She was indulging. There is a great difference.

    • Sven2S47

      You think using profanity makes you sound like a man?


  • April J

    Glad to see the “journalists” on this site are continuing to use it as their own personal soapbox, and not to actually provide any newsworthy information. The only legwork done for this was to look up the show description and google Candace Bure’s website. Please get over yourselves. Are we really blurring out a man’s bare chest now? This is the most ridiculous thing I’ve seen here in a while.

  • Sheila Smith Finley

    I am not questioning her Christianity; that is between her and God. However, I suggest she rethink this show. It is one thing to explore current society and then address it in the show, quite another to explore and condone it.

    • Weed should be legal you fool

      I thought that stuff was sexy, IDK about you tho.

  • Cristallmarie Maldonado Rivera

    Everybody making comments in this topic and inclusive the person who started this topic clearly is no christian either if we come to look at it that way, like always “christians” are the first ones to judge and talk about everyone, always have a comment for everything and talk as if they have never commited any sin. Light up people its a tv show, STOP JUDGING and STOP ACTING AS IF YOU WERE PERFECT … Because of people like you we christians have a bad reputation and people prefer to run away then to come running in to the love of jesus.

    • Mark Bell


      You go first.

      If you’re ashamed to be called a Christian, that probably means you aren’t. Why not go with “spiritual but not religious,” that’s very popular with the trendy types.

      • Cristallmarie Maldonado Rivera

        And this is exactly what Im saying. You know nothing about me but yet presume you know me. I am not ashamed better yet I speak the truth of what people that call themselves christians do everyday. It is not my opinion it is the truth.“Judge not, that you be not judged.For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you. And why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye? Or how can you say to your brother, ‘Let me remove the speck from your eye’; and look, a plank is in your own eye? Hypocrite! First remove the plank from your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.”

        • D Sims

          There is a vast difference making a judgment outside of the confounds of the family of God verses those in the family. Listen to the Apostle explain this in 1 Corinthians 5:9-13

          “I wrote to you in my letter not to associate with sexually immoral people— not at all meaning the sexually immoral of this world, or the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters, since then you would need to go out of the world. But now I am writing to you not to associate with anyone who
          bears the name of brother if he is guilty of sexual immorality or
          greed, or is an idolater, reviler, drunkard, or swindler—not even to eat
          with such a one. For what have I to do with judging outsiders? Is it not those INSIDE THE CHURCH whom you are to judge? God judges those outside the church. “Purge the evil person from among you.”

  • Jennie Hernandez

    Speaking to all those throwing stones…If you call yourselves Christians, try and do what the bible says: “Brethren, if a man is overtaken in any trespass, you who are spiritual restore such a one in a spirit of gentleness, considering yourself lest you also be tempted.”
    ‭‭Galatians‬ ‭6:1‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

    We should be helping our fellow brothers and sisters in the faith to be restored to a right relationship with Christ. That is the goal, not to condem.

    “Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith.”
    ‭‭Galatians‬ ‭6:10‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

    Wouldn’t it be better to pray for her, or write to her (privately or publicly) to encourage, sharpen and guide her?

    “Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers.”
    ‭‭Ephesians‬ ‭4:29‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

    “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.””
    ‭‭John‬ ‭13:34-35‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

    • Guest

      First, one has to be born again to actually be a brother or a sister.

      • Jennie Hernandez

        Well, if someone is not a fellow believer in Christ, then we’re not to judge them at all according to the bible.

        “For what have I to do with judging those also who are outside? Do you not judge those who are inside? But those who are outside God judges….””
        ‭‭I Corinthians‬ ‭5:12-13‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

        • Guest

          Yes, but we are to judge those who CLAIM to be believers.

        • KWT

          When you quote from the KJV and not a watered down version.. I will take you more seriously… but I do agree with most of what you said…

    • Mark Bell

      You don’t seem to be object to throwing stones if you’re the one doing it.

      • Jennie Hernandez

        I didn’t throw any stones, but only biblically and in gentleness exhorted fellow believers.

  • Shaun Lutz

    Oh thank you thank you Sven2S47 for proving the true hypocrisy that is Christianity. Not only do you fail at your attempt to degrade me by insinuating that Im less of a man for saying God Damn…but you also (in the true Christian nature) search around to find a previous post of mine that has absolutely nothing to do with the topic at hand…and fail (yet again) to insult me by calling me an ugly “fggot”. Obviously grammar is not your strong suit…so I’ll speak VERY SLOWLY SO THAT YOU CAN UNDERSTAND. Judging someone else isnt very Christian-like now is it? Let alone, calling someone a derogatory/slandering name isnt really Christian-like either. But I guess since it suites your case (in which it clearly aids in mine) just wanting to say thank you again for showing everyone who reads this just how hypocritical Christians are! Now, go on and pray for me to your imaginary friend up in the sky and see if my forgiveness finds its way to me….. (Pathetic!)

  • Tiffany

    Sounds like a progressive to me. Ugh

  • Guest

    Candace has always been hypocritical. I don’t know why anyone takes her seriously.

    • Fee

      You are very wise and observant. To be honest, the few times I’ve seen her on TV, I never thought she was a Christian at all. I don’t know why folks are so shocked and disappointed. I guess they don’t really pay much attention to what Candace does and says on a regular basis.

  • Gail Campbell

    shame on you candice cameron! this does not represent a chrristian why so many are falling from the faith! i always represent christ on radio>>would not do anything different in my personal life behind the scenes! >>IS THIS ACTING COMPROMISING YOUR FAITH WORTH IT???!

  • Herb Planter

    seems she’s all about the money now, sad

  • MattFCharlestonSC

    I can’t possibly be the only person who thinks it’s hilarious that they censored the word “d*rn”, and blurred out the photos on this article. If this tv show is to risque, then you should just get rid of your televisions.

  • Shybeauty

    Personally, I feel like she is just playing a character in a show and it has NOTHING to do with her as a person in real life. Her character is a recent widow who is dealing with MANY changes and struggles. Her behavior is NOT trashy but more a woman who has no idea how to cut loose because she has never had crazy times like what everyone seems to be pointing out. Her character is going through a major crisis and is learning how to cope and deal with it. You all can’t honestly say that you haven’t worn a short dress or danced a few times in your life or maybe done some things you regretted? No one is perfect guys. Candace is not perfect either but she is still a good woman who I believe is a solid Christian who is simply playing a character that I’m sure many woman can relate to.

    • Guest

      That’s the type of sin the Corinthians fell into – thinking that sins they committed in their bodies didn’t matter. That’s how they got into fornication and all sorts of horrible sins that even Gentiles weren’t involved in. It doesn’t matter if a Christian is “playing a part or not” – their bodies, which are supposed to be the temple of the Holy Ghost, are not supposed to be engaged in anything sinful.

  • A Friend of the Lord

    We are not suppose to judge Candace or anyone else one on show. That’s the Father’s right to judge and remember that one without sin cast the first stone. There’s not one of us without sin. The show was fun and funny any thing can be fix or changed if need be in Season 2. Everyone deserves a second chance didn’t you get one. Jesus die for us but ya’ll are crucifying her. Just my opinion.

  • plains-rabbit

    If they are “luscious,” they are unlike any lesbians I’ve ever seen. “Luscious” is the last word that would describe them.

    • Muir

      It was a joke, dude.

    • TheKingOfRhye

      Then you haven’t met lesbians like some of them that I’ve known…..

  • Jim Deferio

    This is not surprising. Does anyone know of ANYONE who claims to be a Christian in “Hollywood” who actually is one? They are all given over to compromise and sin.

  • Sunmee Woo

    Music industry & Movie industry is run by Satan, this does not shock me. They can say to public they are christian, but inwardly I don’t think so, her action justified that plainly that she is not truly born again…

  • Matt

    It’s happened before and it’ll happen again. Christians in Hollywood or the music industry WILL compromise in order to advance their careers.

    It’s not bad enough that the acting on the show is horrible, but it lacks any of the wholesome aspects the original had. Folks liked the original for a reason so I’m not sure why Bure saw it necessary to go with the boozy single women approach.

    • Fee

      Likely because she’s boozy in real life.

  • Rebekah Lay

    Ok. I understand that it was a girl on girl dance… But when I was a kid dancing with a girlfriend did not make you a lesbian. Seriously? that is the one thing that you pick up on in that show??? There are so many other issues going on in that story line. A single mom who is raising three boys by herself, and needs the support of family. I applaud her for dancing with a friend and being a sexy single mom. What happened to Love??? What happened to not cast the first stone unless you are sinless??? Her fruit is very good fruit. She didn’t kiss the girl… she danced with her. Stop nit picking people no wonder people look at Christians like we are freaks. We tend to pick on the specs in others eyes before we deal with the plank in our own.

  • Chrissy Vee

    I wonder how many people started watching Fuller House and will no longer tune in due to these revelations of what this show represents. Hopefully a drop in viewers will be enough admonishment to show her the error of her way and lead her to repentance.

    • Fee

      And the cancellation of the ridiculous show, too!

  • gogo0

    interesting to see jesus posting his judgement in this thread under so many different accounts.

  • PastorRon Aldridge

    I would suggest that she read Acts 17 again, along with Eph. 4: 17-19. Ephesians 5:11 says do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but instead expose them.

  • George Jenkins

    SAD!!!!!! “I’m an actress on a television show and I support all things that we go through as human beings and would love all our characters to explore whatever issues that are current in our culture and our society today and I’m 100% on board with that.” Explore all the issues……………….., eh? That covers quite a bit……………. Cocaine and oxy next??????

  • Bob

    It’s obvious that the producers know exactly what they are doing, They are making a statement and are using Cameron-Bure as a pawn. She bought it hook, line and sinker!!! How sad.

  • Fee

    If you’ve listened to a lot of what Candace says out of her mouth on The View and as a guest on her friend Tia Mowry’s cooking show, you’d know just how lukewarm she really is. She’s never impressed me as a born again Christian, so I’m not shocked by any of this. She used profanity while on Dancing W/The Stars and she is a drinker not only on this TV show, but in real life as well. What’s the difference between Candace and unsaved actors and talk show hosts? As for me, I see none.

  • ilvulord

    wow, Im so surprised that she is in favor of supporting this garbage! homosexuality and profanity? disappointing. I wonder how Kirk feels about her choices? when she witnesses to someone, she will just look like a phony, talking one lifestyle but living another

  • Weed should be legal you fool

    I love how they sensor darn… its not like that or damn are “Sinful” words.

  • http://www.InformingChristians.com/ DebraJMSmith

    I guess we all now know why it is that The View hired her.