Kirk Cameron cheesed a lot of people off this weekend when he took the bold stance that the kid who played Ben Seaver didn't fare too well with puberty. He also went on Piers Morgan Tonight and said inflammatory things about gay marriage. "I think that it's unnatural," Cameron said while feeling God's love. "I think that it's detrimental and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."

How awesome would it be if this guy went on Anderson Cooper? That would be awkward in the best ways. I'd pay to see that. Even better, put them together on The Surreal Life. Let's get a Kickstarter going for that.

Until that glorious day, we'll just have to stay entertained with all the bits of cray-cray Cameron has shared over the years, like these seven examples.

He Thinks Evolution Totally Sucks

Kirk Cameron hates evolution like a fat kid hates salad. And he's rejected the laws of evolution in a far more vehement way than he would ever dare to defy the Laws of Jason Seaver. In fact, Cameron believes he can disprove the existence of evolution. Because we don't have a duck that is also a crocodile. That's his reasoning. Since that animal doesn't exist, evolution therefore doesn't exist. Apparently, Kirk Cameron doesn't watch Syfy.

He Has Lame Arguments On ABC About God's Existence

When ABC wanted to prove once and for all that God is an actual dude who lives in the sky like the Care Bears, they brought in the experts. Unfortunately for God, his experts were evangelical minister Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron. The pair squared off against Atheist representatives with the tried and true "God exists just because" approach. I can really see that they put a lot of time and thought into it.

He Tattled On Husbands Who Watch Internet Pornography

We've known for a while that Kirk Cameron is against the existence of fun, but we didn't know how deep his irrational hatred of having a f***ing blast has burrowed. In the 2008 film Frieproof, Cameron plays a brave fireman who prefers to crank it to ladies on the Internet rather than onto his wife in their marriage bed. Question for Kirk Cameron: I know you like God and religion and stuff, but why you gotta blow up our spot to our wives? You better not tell them what we really do while "golfing."

He's Terrible at History

Further proof that Family Ties had better on-set tutors than Growing Pains.

He's Got Crappy Taste in Books

Every radical religious leader worth their salt has a book to pimp. Hubbard had Dianetics. Smith had the Book of Mormon. And you can't expect Kirk Cameron to be happy with the Bible only. And so, Cameron took aim at his ancient foe Charles Darwin by distributing altered copies of Darwin's jam, "The Origin of the Species" to college students. "Atheism has been on the rise for years now, and the Bible of the atheists is 'The Origin of Species'," Cameron said. "We have a situation in our country where young people are entering college with a belief in God and exiting with that faith being stripped and shredded. What we want to do is have student make an informed, educated decision before they chuck their faith."

I think it's pretty apparent what this really is all about. It's him trying to get his poster back on dorm room walls. Not fooling anyone.

He's Radically Pro-Banana

As he does with most pursuits, Kirk Cameron was totally wrong when he stood by his brother from another mother, Ray Comfort, as he theorized that the banana is proof of God's existence. For a couple of fellas so invested in creationism, they should realize that the banana is a product of generations of natural selection. He also asserts that the banana has a tab on it for E-Z peel opening. If so, someone better get that message to the chimpanzees. They look ridiculous opening it the nerd way from the bottom.

He Fired Julie!

In a move that would actually be considered pretty pimp if he weren't such a pray-head, Kirk Cameron actually had his love interest, Julie McCullough, fired from Growing Pains. No, not because she wouldn't put out, but because she valiantly showed her boobs to Playboy. For visual reference of how crazy this move was, here's a picture of Julie.

Writers then replaced her with a new character played by Chelsea Noble. That actress would later go on to become Cameron's wife. So... maybe there is something to the putting out theory?

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