Filmmaker Michael Moore is praising Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonOvernight Defense: Trump tries to quell Russia furor | GOP looks to reassure NATO | Mattis open to meeting Russian counterpart Dem pollster: GOP women have a more difficult time winning primary races than Dems Mellman: (Mis)interpreting elections MORE for her faith, saying she lives her life as a Christian instead of just talking about her beliefs.

“The people who talk about – 'I’m a Christian’ – often times aren’t,” said Moore, a Clinton supporter, Monday on ABC's "The View."

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“The idea of being a Christian is to just behave that way, and she behaves that way. That’s what’s great about it. She doesn’t talk about it, she lives it. She acts it.”

Moore said Clinton’s restraint during her three presidential debates against Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump says he doesn't want to use 'adversary' to describe Russia Comey urges Americans to vote for Democrats in midterms Roby wins Alabama GOP runoff, overcoming blowback from Trump criticism MORE showed her good morals.

“I think her behavior during the debates... we were hoping she would get out the club,” he said, making a punching motion with his hand.

“She didn’t, and I think that’s because honestly, that when she says she’s a Christian, I think she means it."

Moore also urged Christian voters who might oppose Clinton over her support for abortion and gay marriage to reconsider.

“She’s pro-choice, so some people don’t like that,” he said. "But what I say to people who are against abortion, if you’re against abortion, don’t have one. If you are against gay marriage, don’t get gay married. You won’t like.  It’s not for you.

“Live and let live. You live your faith the way you believe you should live it and let other people [do the same].”

Moore debuted a new movie last week urging voters to pick Clinton over Trump, the GOP nominee.

He said in an interview Friday that Trump’s supporters are committing “legal terrorism” by voting for him.

“Legally, you have right to vote on November 8th,” he told Rolling Stone magazine. "He’s told everybody what he’s going to do. He’s the outsider who’s going to ride into town and blow up the old way. He’s going to get a lot of votes from people who actually just want to sit back and watch the thing blow up."