Nicole Kidman shared information about her faith and belief in God while promoting an upcoming film.
In the December/January of issue of Allure magazine, Kidman, who was raised in an Irish Catholic family, sported a diamond-studded crucifix, which she said was a gift from her grandmother that she wears all the time.
“I’m spiritual in the sense that I absolutely believe in God,” she told Allure while gripping her crucifix in her hand.
She went on to reveal that she once thought of becoming a nun.
“I loved the idea of being a nun. Obviously, I did not choose to go that path, but I was very drawn to it,” Kidman added.
The 51-year-old is the star of the new film, “Boy Erased,” where she plays a pastor’s wife. Her role of Nancy Eamons is the wife of a small-town Baptist pastor who put their son in a “gay conversion” program after discovering that he is gay.
While the filmakers reportedly didn’t want to “throw God under the bus,” the film does not present a Christian worldview on issues related to sin and sexuality. Christian film review site Movieguide said the movie “correctly criticizes some bad theology by Christian leaders but ultimately also endorses immoral behavior while inserting some foul language and a graphic scene of homosexual rape.”
Ex-gays have argued the film is inaccurate in its portrayal of Christian ministries that help those struggling with same-sex attraction.
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Source: Christian Post