But at the end of his freshman year, he switched majors to Jewish studies, a sign of his evolving relationship with organized religion.
“Over the last three years I’ve been involved with various faith-based organizations,” says Jones.
He doesn’t have anything to do with our church and no one from our church knows who he is,” she says of the Seventh Day Adventist leader.
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“He was just talking to the younger fans who are studying the Bible and that they shouldn’t be watching a half hour of dirty jokes if they’re starting they’re [sic] walk with God.” In fact, Sarah notes that Jones likes going to work…
because he likes to talk to his colleagues about religion.
Jones was just 9 years old when he was cast alongside Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Melanie Lynskey, Jennifer Taylor, and Marin Hinkle in the series.
By the age of 17, he became the highest paid child actor on TV.
But now the former child star has seemingly left organized religion and is reconsidering his decision to say goodbye to stardom.
“I was very confident at that time,” Jones, 23, says in the current issue of PEOPLE of his decision to leave in 2013 after telling Seventh-Day Adventist filmmaker Christopher Hudson, “You cannot be a true God-fearing person and be on a television show like that.” Walking away from Hollywood, Jones enrolled at the University of Colorado at Boulder as an environmental studies major.
Jones plans on getting his degree but is currently “on a break” from college and is serving as president of entertainment at Tonite, an events company cofounded by Sean “Diddy” Combs’s son Justin.
But he admits he’s open to the idea of returning to acting.
“In terms of regrets, I try to avoid those completely,” he says.