Posted August 17, 2018 12:56:22The former director of “The Godson” and “The Social Network” has a more optimistic view of God than most.
Keaton says he’s a big fan of religion, and he has his own faith.
He says he had faith in the Christian faith growing up, and believes it’s a good thing to have.
“It’s not that I believe in the devil,” Keaton told The Huffington Times.
“It’s just that it’s one of those things where if you don’t believe in it, you’re going to be a bad person.”
That’s why, even though I have faith, I’m still a person who’s kind of a rebel and a bit of a hard-core Christian.
“I was raised a Christian, Keaton said, and when he was a child, he used to make fun of the Catholic church.
But as a kid, he was an atheist.
I just figured that was part of the fun of it, he said.
The “Godfather” actor and “Sleepless in Seattle” star was asked about the recent controversy surrounding the new movie “The Devil’s Advocate” and if he felt his faith was under threat.
Keaton says it was never his intention to offend anyone and he never thought it would be so hard to speak about God.”
But it’s just a very, very personal thing, because that’s what I’m going to continue to do, and if people get offended, well I’ll just take it as a personal matter. “
And I’m not saying I’m any sort of a god, I just think that I’m a pretty honest person and that’s all that matters.”
But it’s just a very, very personal thing, because that’s what I’m going to continue to do, and if people get offended, well I’ll just take it as a personal matter.
I’m just going to go ahead and live my life and just do what I do.
“In an interview with the Associated Press last week, Keato expressed a variety of thoughts on religion and the controversy surrounding it, saying he thinks there are different ways to approach faith.
But, he says, he’s glad that people are starting to question his faith and that he has found a greater sense of acceptance of it in recent years.”
It’s so important to be open about it and to be accepting of each other.””
I mean, it just shows the importance of people coming out of the closet.
It’s so important to be open about it and to be accepting of each other.”
Listen to “The World According to Faith,” the NPR series that examines the religious beliefs and practices of people across the globe, here: