Alex Jones' Wrong Teachings On Bible Prophecy

By David J. Stewart | February 2016

       I love Alex Jones for his diligent patriotic work over the decades at Yet, when Alex enters into the Biblical arena and teaches heresy (as he often does), I must refute any heresy that he teaches. The inspired Word of God is our only authority. If the Holy Bible says it, that settles it! Much of Alex's opinions are based upon his own gut instincts, which he readily admits...

“I want to understand this, because my gut, my spirit, tells me it is not right.”

SOURCE: Alex Jones; a quote from the The Alex Jones Show; January 17, 2016.  

In a recent Infowars show from January 17, 2016 titled, “THE ANTICHRIST REVEALED: IS THE MARK OF THE BEAST REAL?,” Alex taught numerous heresies. It's a big deal. The truth is important! I wouldn't voice my opinion, except that Alex is mistreating the Bible.

To begin with, Alex repeatedly refers to the book of Revelation (singular) as “Revelations” (plural). It is Revelation, not Revelations! Revelation 1:1, “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John: Who bare record of the word of God, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw.” The Bible contains 29% prophecy (whereas the Quran contains NONE). The spirit of all prophecy is to TESTIFY CONCERNING JESUS CHRIST. Revelation 19:10, “And I fell at his feet to worship him. And he said unto me, See thou do it not: I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren that have the testimony of Jesus: worship God: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” John 5:39-40, “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me. And ye will not come to me, that ye might have life.”

Respectfully, it is obvious that Alex Jones is unlearned on the subject of Bible prophecy. Alex relies upon his own human understanding instead of hard facts from the Scriptures. Proverbs 14:12, “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.” For example: In the same 01/17/16 episode of The Alex Jones Show, Alex rationalizes that since God's children have been forced to struggle and fight throughout history, including Bible times, it is only logical to conclude that believers today will also have to suffer the persecutions of the Tribulation period. Consequently, Alex adamantly denies the Rapture entirely. In this particular Alex Jones episode featuring the Mark Of The Beast, Alex teaches that all dead believers throughout history will be resurrected at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ (after the Tribulation). According to Alex's claims on the January 17, 2016 show, he doesn't believe in any Rapture, at any time.

This is ironic when you consider that Alex Jones promotes (and sells) Pastor Steven L. Anderson's documentary titled, “AFTER THE TRIBULATION” (which teaches a PreWrath Rapture where the saints are taken from the earth 75-days after The Abomination Of Desolation; This event is when the Antichrist stands in the temple in Jerusalem and claims to be God.). It is interesting that Alex sells Pastor Anderson's video teaching a PreWrath Rapture; yet Alex himself completely denies the Rapture altogether. The common denominator is that they both DENY A PRETRIBULATION RAPTURE!!! Pastor Texe Marrs believes and teaches a PostTribulation Rapture. As an Independent Fundamental Baptist, I have always believed in a PreTribulation Rapture, because the Lord plainly said that no man, not even the angels, knows the time when Christ shall return (Mark 13:32-37). If Christ returns at any time other than a Pretribulation Rapture, we will know EXACTLY when Jesus Christ will return.

Alex calls Christian believers a “CULT” if they disagree with him concerning his denial of a Rapture, and they refuse to listen to his show because of it. Kindly, Alex does the same thing, refusing to support churches who teach a PreTribulation Rapture, refusing to step inside their doors. I am a supporter of Alex Jones work at Infowars, and I highly recommend that my web visitors listen to what he has to say to stay informed. Yet, you need to understand that Alex is unlearned concerning the Holy Scriptures. Alex is wrong to deny a Rapture, when 1st Thessalonians 4:17 plainly teaches this vital doctrine. I also think it is wrong and blasphemous for Alex Jones to mock the Biblical doctrine of the Rapture, by likening it to Star Trek's teleportation machine. Star Trek was a popular science-fiction series which aired on television in the late 1960's to early 70's. The show's producer, Gene Rodenberry, was an unsaved man (an atheist) who regularly mocked God in the Star Trek series, referring to Hell as “a childhood fable.” The numbers “666” appeared in some episodes, and Spock's famous Vulcan hand-sign was actually a devilish occult symbol.

It is frustrating that Alex uses the satanic music of bands like AC/DC, Van Halen and Judas Priest. Rock music has always been the Devil's music. I am not condemning Alex, God forbid. It's just that when Alex says he loves the Lord, while openly promoting a known pro-homosexual band like Judas Priest (whose frontman is an open Sodomite), it speaks contrawise. AC/DC and Van Halen spent their worldly careers promoting sexual immorality, violence, prostitution, oral sex, blasphemy, and rebellion against God. Why does Alex promote them? AC/DC is mostly known for their blasphemous song titled, “Highway To Hell.” What kind of man openly professes to love the Lord Jesus Christ, while shamelessly promoting a filthy Rock group whose most popular song boasts that “I'm On A Highway To Hell”? Something is very wrong! Does Alex really love Jesus? Alex bashes Baptist preachers all the time. Whose side is Alex on? Jones never bashes Rock singers who corrupt our youth, take their money and desecrate the Lord Jesus.

Van Halen is well-known for their hit song, “Running With The Devil.” Why does Alex promote these wicked men? It is such hypocrisy that has compelled many Christians to conclude that Alex Jones is a Freemason, and an infiltrator, controlled resistance, for the Illuminati's New World Order. Can you blame them? I stick my neck out by promoting, because I believe Alex is sincere; yet, Alex (whether intentionally or ignorantly) is pulling on the same rope as the Devil by not preaching the Gospel, by promoting Satanic Rock music, by promoting homosexual singers, by et cetera.

Alex claims in the following quote that he can “go to the Bible” “all day long” to show PreTribulation Christians that they “have been grievously deceived.” ...

And no one is going to be raptured out of it [the Tribulation]! Now when I say that, many of my Christian listeners and viewers get extremely angry and say that I'm basically bad and they're going to stop listening to me. That means you're in a cult! If someone disagrees with you, about something in the Bible, and it's not the deity of Jesus Christ or the Trinity, then you've got a problem and have become a Pharisee. And the reason we have tens-of-thousands of different denominations in this world, is because everyone's infighting with each other, claiming they know the way and have the answers. If you want to believe in a Rapture, that is your business and I'm not judging you for it. And I don't think you're of the Devil. You have been grievously deceived! And I can go to the Bible and show people this all day long! But I'm going to talk about it the next hour.

SOURCE: Alex Jones; a quote from the The Alex Jones Show; January 17, 2016.

Hellbound Roman Catholics believe in Jesus' deity and the Trinity. Hellbound Seventh-day Adventists believe in Jesus' deity and the Trinity. Just because someone believes that Jesus is God and acknowledge the Trinity (Godhead) doesn't make them a Christian. Alex is wrong that Christ's deity and the Trinity are the only fundamental Bible doctrines that matter. What about Christ's virgin birth? What about Christ's bodily resurrection? What about the blood of Christ sprinkled upon the heavenly mercy Seat? What about Christ's sinless perfection? What about salvation by faith alone in the Gospel without human works of any sort? These are all critically important doctrines too!!! Even the demons believe, but tremble in fear of coming judgment (James 2:19). Anyone who adds works to faith is not saved.

One of Alex's callers on the 01/17/16 show said that the Lake of Fire was for cowards who don't fight against the New World Order. Alex agreed wholeheartedly. Folks, that is not the Gospel. That is works salvation! You can be a coward all day long, as were the chief rulers in John 12:42-43 who believed on Christ but would not confess Him for fear of the Pharisees, because they loved the praise of men more than the praise of God. Fighting against World Government is not required to receive the gift of eternal life. Although Alex often claims to be “a Christian,” I seriously doubt it, because I have never heard him give a clear testimony of His faith in the Gospel, but I've often heard Alex teach that works are necessary for salvation. Works for salvation are not the Gospel.

Alex's suppositions that God required Old Testament saints to suffer instead of being “teleported” (as Alex calls the Rapture) are totally wrong. In fact, God delivered Noah and his family from the flood. God delivered Lot and his family from the destruction of Sodom with fire and brimstone. Some Christians were fed to the lions. Others were delivered. So it is not true that God always wanted His children to suffer persecution. The Lord miraculously delivered Meshach, Shadrach and Abed-nego from King Nebuchadnezzar's raging fiery furnace.

Albeit, none of this has anything to do with the Rapture, as foretold in Biblical prophecy. The Bible plainly teaches a Rapture of the saints in 1st Thessalonians 4:17, “Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Wherefore comfort one another with these words.” As you just read, every believer will be “CAUGHT UP!”

From listening three times to The Alex Jones Show (01/17/16), it is clear to me that Alex Jones is sincere. Alex says he is not saying that pastors who teach the Rapture are wrong; but rather, he just doesn't understand the notion that Christians are going to be teleported away to escape their obligation to stand up against the evildoers and rise up against the workers of iniquity (Psalms 94:16). Alex is going by his gut's intuition instead of Biblical principles, which he readily admits...

“I want to understand this, because my gut, my spirit, tells me it is not right.”

SOURCE: Alex Jones; a quote from the The Alex Jones Show; January 17, 2016.

I respect Alex, but the Bible warns us about leaning upon our own understanding. Proverbs 3:5-7, “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil.”

I agree with Alex, who said on the 01/17/16 show, concerning deadbeat Christians who are looking for the Rapture so they don't have to fight against tyranny, evil and the Devil's New World Order...

“I don't see the manifestation of resistance against tyranny.”

SOURCE: Alex Jones; a quote from the The Alex Jones Show; January 17, 2016.

Yes, I agree with Alex. Why are today's churches so complacent, indifferent and absent from the fight against “the rulers of the darkness of this world” (Ephesians 6:12). I want my web visitors to understand why Alex Jones denies the Rapture, especially a PreTribulation Rapture. First, he is going by his gut's instinct instead of the Word of God, which is very wrong and dangerous to do. Second, his gut tells him that something is very wrong with any doctrine that relieves Christians of their responsibility to fight against tyranny, corruption and evil. And I can understand that! I'm also sick and tired of professed Christians laying down to tyranny.

It's the same scenario with the heresy of Lordship Salvation. Preachers got tired of people living in gross immorality claiming to be Christians, so they changed (perverted) God's simple plan of salvation to include a changed life from wickedness to holiness. Lordship Salvation is a satanic fraud, not the Gospel. Likewise, patriots fighting against evil and the New World Order got tired of hearing professed Christians excuse themselves from the battle, because they're waiting for the Rapture to take them out of the world. Granted, every Christian believer ought to be “Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ” (Titus 2:13). However, Ephesians 6:12 teaches, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” (i.e., Satan's power of darkness and the Luciferian-worshipping Illuminati). Our battle is against false religions, false doctrines, false Christs, false Bible versions and counterfeit ministers (2nd Corinthians 11:13-15).

Although there is considerable debate over the TIMING of the Rapture, Alex Jones denies it entirely, which is completely unbiblical. 1st Thessalonians 4:17, “Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Wherefore comfort one another with these words.” As you just read, every believer will be “CAUGHT UP!” Here are 32 distinctions between the PreTribulation Rapture and Jesus Christ's Second Coming.

Alex is correct about world government being established—a one world political system, a false prophet who points toward a world savior (the Antichrist), a unified one-world religion, a planetary government, a cashless society, a biometric face-scan or thumb-print to operate software, a world court, a world bank, et cetera. I agree with most of what Alex Jones teaches, and I love the man dearly. Albeit, I love the Lord Jesus Christ above everything! I am loyal to truth and right principles, not to men or institutions.

Luke 19:10, “For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.”

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