"Two and a Half Men" actor Angus T. Jones made headlines Monday for denouncing his hit CBS sitcom as "filth." As a result, Jones' mentor and Forerunner Chronicles host, Christopher Hudson, was also thrust into the spotlight along with his questionable theories -- one of which compares President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler.
Hudson, who is appears alongside the "Two and a Half Men" star in the "Testimony" interview, is the controversial Forerunner Chronicles preacher behind Jones' outburst. Forerunner Chronicles is linked to the Voice of Prophecy Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Los Angeles, where Jones worships, according to the New York Daily News.
The Forerunner Chronicles YouTube page features a variety of videos dating back to 2007, in which Hudson discusses a number of theories, including his belief that Jay-Z's "Blueprint" albums are markers of his progression as a Freemason and reveal a Satanic plot; that Beyonce is leading people away from Christ and toward accepting "all men of homosexual practices"; that Obama's healthcare plan is a "carbon copy" of the healthcare policies of Hitler; and that a gas crises can lead to cannibalism.
Still, Jones holds Hudson in high regard, TMZ notes. The two have become close throughout the past year because of their shared beliefs. In his testimony video, the 19-year-old actor says, "I love watching Forerunner Chronicles ... all the information is so great" and "Your videos have no doubt been a blessing to me."
The Daily Mail spoke with Jones' mother, Carey, who reportedly said she believes her son is being used. "'I'm concerned he's being exploited by the church," she told MailOnline.
Jones' testimony to Hudson is not the first time the actor has expressed concern over the conflict between his religion and his job.
While speaking to the Seventh-Day Adventist congregation on Oct. 8, Jones expressed problems with "Two and a Half Men," on which he co-stars as Jake Harper and earns $350,000 per episode.
"It's very weird being on a television show, especially now that I am trying to walk with God because my television show has nothing to do with God and doesn't want anything to do with God," he said. "It's a strange position I'm put in and I'm under contract for another year." It is unclear whether his disparaging comments are in breach of that contract.
Check out Angus T. Jones' "Testimony" video below.