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Wonder Years Star, Danica McKellar, Says She’s Now a Christian After Candace Cameron Sent Her a Bible

by | May 5, 2022

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You may remember Danica McKellar as Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years, the late 80s and early 90s hit television series. McKellar, who recently posted about her “conversion” experience on Instagram, said that “In my life, starting in childhood, I had been made aware of all the hypocrisy in the various religions of Christianity, it being used for evil, power & control throughout history, and that had definitely biased me.”

“But that’s just people,” McKellar, who recently attended a gay wedding continued, “that doesn’t represent God’s actual love for us.”

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McKellar said that she is “experiencing a relationship with God and Jesus that I’ve never had before, and it feels miraculous.”

McKellar says her conversion experience began when she was struggling with forgiveness and asked her friend and Full House star, Candace Cameron Bure, to explain a Bible verse to her. It was then that Bure sent her a Bible, invited her to church, and it all went from there.

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