Sherri Shepherd arrives at the 2014 Stellar Awards at Nashville Municipal Auditorium on January 18, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Royce DeGrie/Getty Images for UP Entertainment)

Sherri Shepherd is apologizing in the wake of remarks she recently made that have been considered by many to be anti-gay.

On Tuesday’s episode of The View, the 46-year-old cohost addressed her interview with Fusion host Alicia Menendez in which she opened up about her conservative Christian faith.

“Working on a talk show that’s centered in the opinion business, there’s been several things that I’ve shared in the press that have upset people, and typically I don’t respond to the criticism,” Shepherd said. “However, I’d like to say I’m truly sorry to anyone I’ve offended with the viewpoints I expressed onAlicia Menendez Tonight on the Fusion network.”

She continued, saying, “My interview was misrepresented, and only a portion of my comments were used as a headline to give the impression that I was condemning members of the LGBT community living in their own truth. In the interview, I express I was raised as a child to have a certain set of beliefs, but my beliefs have evolved significantly as my own personal relationship with Christ has increased.

“I believe that love is the grace of all things and I have no desire to judge anybody by who they are. I’m a person of compassion and anyone who knows me knows that I love, I accept, I embrace everybody who has love in their hearts. So I love you.”

During her one-on-one with Menendez, Shepherd was asked what she thinks is the public’s biggest misconception of her.

“I think people don’t know my heart. I think people feel I’m very judgmental. I think people feel I’m very homophobic. If they knew me, and knew my heart…If you come to me respectfully and ask me about my beliefs, I’ll talk to you about anything.”

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