Alex Jones entire end times belief structure is a hodge-podge of thought compiled from the Seventh Day Adventist’s, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witness, New Age gurus and the Freemasons.
In his latest diatribe against the Bible doctrine of the Pretribulation Rapture, Alex Jones makes some curious comments. At 3:20 of his video, he refers to Christianity as “nothing but temples to men and twisted garbage”. Huh? I thought he said he was a Christian?
“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.” 2 Timothy 4:3,4 (KJV)
He quickly follows that up by proclaiming that the person of the Devil is “mythical”, despite the hundreds of Bible references to the fact of his existence. He then attempts to give a “word of testimony” by saying that he “knows there’s a spiritual force” and that he has “experienced providence”. Hmm. New Age guru Edgar Cayce said the same thing, was he a Christian also?
Alex Jones Trashes the Bible doctrine of the Pretribulation Rapture:
The video, starting at a low point, proceeds rapidly downward around the 5:00 mark where Jones invokes Quantum Mechanics and something called Sacred Geometry. Now there’s an angle you don’t hear much in Christian debate circles, using New Age philosophy to disprove Bible doctrine. In case you don’t know what that is, a quick Google search for Sacred Geometry reveals it to be New Age thought:
The designs of exalted holy places from the prehistoric monuments at Stonehenge and the Pyramid of Khufu at Giza, to the world’s great cathedrals, mosques, and temples are based on these same principles of sacred geometry. As far back as Greek Mystery schools 2500 years ago it was taught that there are five perfect 3-dimensional forms – the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron … collectively known as the Platonic Solids; and that these form the foundation of everything in the physical world. source
Jones also professes admiration for Joseph Campbell, an author of esoteric books espousing secular mythology, Kundalini Yoga, spiritual growth and New Age rebirth rituals. After mentioning Campbell, he then says that he is “down with it, the whole 9 yards”, letting you know of his knowledge in the Rosicrucian and Masonic “secret mysteries”.
At no point during the 47:00 video do we see a Bible, and the only Bible reference is Revelation 13:18 where it talks about the Mark of the Beast. Around the 14:00 mark, he mockingly shows a Star Trek “beam me up” graphic in an attempt to disprove the Rapture of the Church. Jones at no point shows that he has even a basic understanding of what the Bible teaches and how it teaches it. At the 16:30 mark, Jones openly mocks Christians who say they are waiting for Jesus to come back as verses like Titus 2:13 promises.
Alex Jones, whether you like him or hate him, is a lot of things. He started a very successful media company, he is a very good business man, and he certainly knows his audience. But Alex Jones, while he may call himself a Christian, is certainly not a Bible believer. He gets his “knowledge” of end time events from apostate Baptist hate preacher Steven Anderson whose claim to fame was forcing border police to taze him for his stupidity. Together with him and Kent Hovind, they made a silly, little movie called “After The Tribulation” that nobody but apostates cares about.
ALEX JONES GOOD BUDDY STEVEN ANDERSON SAYS JEWISH HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS ARE ALL ‘PAID LIARS’:
Perhaps it would be enlightening for you to see who Alex Jones gets his end times doctrine from…this guy.
Alex Jones does not believe in a Pretrib Rapture, that’s for sure. But he failed to give any evidence from the Bible as to the validity of that opinion. His entire belief structure is a hodge-podge of thought compiled from the Seventh Day Adventist’s, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witness, New Age gurus and the Free Masons. Any Bible that he does use is hopelessly misquoted and out of context. The end times world of Alex Jones is a dark and sinister one that forces Jesus Christ out of the picture, and makes you look for what Jones calls the “mythical Devil” of the “evil eugenicists” bent on world domination.
“After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter.” Revelation 4:1 (KJV)
We have sent Alex Jones repeated invitations to debate him, Steven Anderson and anyone else who wants to step in on the doctrine of the Pretribulation Rapture. None of our invitations to debate have been responded to. Maybe it’s because he is a smart businessman who knows just how far he can push the envelope without letting his fanbase see that the emperor is, in fact, not wearing any clothes. Maybe that’s why he never invites any Bible believers onto his program. And honestly, if I were him, I wouldn’t either.
Alex, I know you’re reading this, and I honestly mean you no ill will. Your site links to our articles fairly often and we appreciate the traffic. Thank you. But you are using your platform to trash Bible doctrine that God has called us to defend, and all we want to do is defend it. Nothing personal.
Now come out and play…if you got the guts.
“Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ;” Titus 2:13 (KJV)