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Kelsey Grammer says he ‘won’t apologize’ for his faith.

Kelsey Grammer, an award-winning actor, says he “won’t apologise” for his Christian Science religion, describing how it assisted him discover “wonderful serenity.”

In an interview promoting his new film “Jesus Revolution,” the three-time Golden Globe and five-time Emmy winner stated his religion guided him through bad times.

The 68-year-old said that he has experienced hiccups and has been through some difficult moments. He has fought with them and worked his way through them.

Sometimes rejecting religion, sometimes rejecting God, in a moment of being very upset about it . But he has accepted it and found wonderful peace in his faith and in Jesus.

It’s not careless. Jesus had an impact on his life. He is not going to apologize for it, he continued.

Grammer’s newest film is based on the actual tale of a youth minister who meets pastor Chuck Smith (Grammer) and helps him expand the Christian movement throughout the United States in the 1960s and 1970s.

It’s incredibly encouraging. It’s a good picture, Grammer commented about it. His wife and he both witnessed it. She was completely overcome with emotion and said, ‘It’s the best thing you’ve ever done.’

Grammer’s comments mirrored Mark Wahlberg’s sentiments, who said last week that Christianity is “not popular” in Hollywood.

Wahlberg, 51, claimed with an ash smudge on his forehead for Ash Wednesday that his faith helps him remain focused in his film career.

Religion is everything; it’s given him so many opportunities, the “Father Stu” actor said, adding that practicing his faith openly is a balance since he doesn’t want to shove it down anybody’s throat.

He said that it’s not popular in his field, but he can’t deny his beliefs. It’s critical for him to communicate it with others. He has friends from all walks of life and from all various faiths and beliefs, so it’s vital to appreciate and honor them as well.

Wahlberg, who dabbled with rap before securing a successful career in acting, claimed the move pushed him to understand he needed more discipline in his life.

The Boston native continued that discipline has enabled him to do so many other things.

He said that he wanted to share it with folks. Whether it’s via fasting, separating from other things, or just spending more time with God in prayer or careful thinking, those are all vital.

God understands what He wishes one to be detached from, the father of four said. All have experienced situations that make them feel guilty or less than they should. So the ability to separate from those things and concentrate on good habits rather than harmful ones is just pushing individuals to be better versions of themselves.

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