Young Star of "Two and Half Men" Calls His Show Filth on Church Video Young Star of "Two and Half Men" Calls His Show Filth on Church Video
Young Star of "Two and Half Men" Calls His Show Filth on Chu

Young Star of "Two and Half Men" Calls His Show Filth on Chu

Young Star of "Two and Half Men" Calls His Show Filth on Church Video

by Steve Eastman, Faith Issues

Angus T. Jones went to Christian School since kindergarten, but says his faith was basically non-existent. That is until, “Right when I said what if everything we are doing is not what is supposed to happen, and right then this cleansing phenomenon and presence came into me… I felt like I had just accepted God.”

Now he's telling viewers to stop watching in a video produced by Forerunner Chronicles, a church in Alabama.  "If I am doing any harm, I don't want to be here. I don't want to be contributing to the enemy's plan ... You cannot be a true God-fearing person and be on a television show like that. I know I can't,” he continued. “I'm not OK with what I'm learning, what the Bible says and being on that television show."

The problem is, Jones is contractually obligated to appear on the show through this season.  The 19 year-old reportedly earns $350 thousand an episode.  He's played the role of Jake Harper since 2003.

Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television Council responds, "We urge Mr. Jones to work from within the entertainment industry and raise standards to improve television content for the benefit of all Americans."

Jones reportedly attends a Seventh Day Adventist Church in Los Angeles and has been positively impacted by Voice of Prophecy Bible School workers.  

So far, there's no comment from the CBC Television Network.

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