Chris Pratt defended Zoe's church by Zoe after the actress and activist Ellen Page said that was "infamously" anti- LGBTQ .  Page made the remarks in a tweet after Pratt spoke of being a member of the church on "The Late Show" last Thursday.
In a follow-up, Page said that the actors who "belong to an organization that he hates a certain group of people "should not" be surprised if someone simply wondered why he is not addressed.
"Being anti LGBTQ is wrong, there are no two sides," he said. "The damage it causes is serious. "
Responding to the observations, the actor said that the assertions of the Page could not be "further from the truth".  "I go to a church that opens their doors to all" , writes Pratt on an article on Instagram Monday 19459005
While the official position of the church on LGBTQ issues is not clear, Pratt added that although his faith is important, "No church defines me or my life, and I I am not a spokesman for any church or group of people. "
" My values define who I am, "he said. "We need less hatred in this world, not more, I am a man who believes that everyone has the right to love whoever they want, free from the judgment of their neighbor."