Who can forget the video that sent the media into a frenzy over the conversion of young star of Two -and-a Half Men, Angus T. Jones? To the credit of the media, there has not been as much of a backlash in response to Jones' decision to return to the show he so adamantly called "filth." Even the producers of the show have said that "all is forgiven" and that they want him back on the show. What might be surprising is the response from Christians on the social media networks.
There seems to be some sort of debate as to whether his conversion was genuine, and people are urging him to stand by his original position. On his Facebook page, Jones shows no sign of changing his mind about his beliefs. Recent posts include "TGIF -Today God Is First" and "Haters will hate...need I remind you that I do not ask people to respond to my posts, pictures or anything I'm here to be free and talk to people who understand. #GodBlessGoodPeople." In fact, a close inspection of the statements that were termed an apology by some, may reveal that there was never a change in his position, but rather an apology for coming across as unappreciative of the opportunity he had been given.