Angus T. Jones' spiritual mentor

Angus T. Jones: Who Is His Spiritual Mentor? What Does He Believe?

We’ve all been following the strange spiritual conversion of Angus T. Jones, star of the much-maligned TV show Two and a Half Men, but how much do we know about his spiritual mentor, Christopher Hudson?

Jones landed in the news abruptly with a video testimonial for Forerunner Chronicles, in which he begged Two and a Half Men viewers to “Please stop watching it and filling your head with filth.” Though there’s currently no solid explanation for the sudden paradigm shift (or even it was sudden at all) some, including the young star’s mother, believe that Jones is potentially being manipulated by his spiritual mentor, who appeared with him in his testimonial video. So who is he? What does he believe?

Jones’ spiritual mentor is Christopher Hudson, a Seventh-day Adventist pastor who calls himself The Forerunner. CafeMom did some further digging into Hudson, and found that he holds several bizarre beliefs. Namely, that President Obama has a pro-gay agenda like Adolf Hitler (he didn’t, by the way) and that rapper Jay-Z is a Satan-worshipping Freemason, evidenced by his lyrics.

“The blueprint albums are special markers indicating Jay-Z’s progress in his obtaining degrees in the secret order known as the Freemason.”

Since Jay-Z and President Obama are friends, that means that Obama, Beyonce, and Lady Gaga have all secretly conspired to promote a pro-gay agenda. Oh, and the gas shortage in New York following Hurricane Sandy only has one reasonable outcome: Cannibalism!

“If the trucks are cut off you’re going to start eating something if you don’t control your appetite and your baby might start looking like a chicken wing.”

Warner Bros. has yet to respond to Jones’ testimonial, but we imagine that the prospect of losing another Two and a Half Men cast member to total weirdness is not something they were expecting. And given the public battle between Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen, it’s clearly not something they’re equipped to deal with, either.

Here’s a video of Angus T. Jones’ mentor to give you an idea of what he’s all about (more can be found on his YouTube account). What do you think? Jones calls these videos “a blessing.” Keep that in mind as you watch: