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He also claims to be an evangelist, although he doesn’t actually evangelize people. He has started two “churches”. The first, known as Epicenter Church, was actually in his home in Fountain Hills, Arizona where he lived with his parents.
The second church he started is the “America’s Church” which doesn’t seem to have an actual physical location, and appears to consist of Feuerstein video recording himself giving his 15 to 20 minute “sermons” (they are more like motivational speeches) in front of a backdrop of what looks like a large church building, thus making it appear as if he is actually in a church when he isn’t.
Feurerstein has appointed himself the “lead pastor” of this online church. He also films his wife singing what he calls hymns, but are actually nothing more repetitive 7/11 “praise” songs which are often used to emotionally manipulate those who hear them, and entice them to donate money. Not surprisingly, his wife’s webpage has a link to America’s Church, but when you click on that link, you are taken to a page that encourages you to donate your money to America’s Church, i.e. The Feuerstein’s
Feuerstein has concocted an odd mixture of beliefs that he believes in and preaches. They can best me described as Christian Nationalism, Hyper-Patriotism, Firearms (he has said the 2nd amendment has its roots in the Bible), Charismatism, and Modalism. Although all of these attributes of Feuerstein’s version of Christianity are troublesome to say the least, it is perhaps his Modalism that is the most troublesome.
Modalism (created by Sabellius in 3rd Century Rome) is a heresy that has been denounced repeatedly since was first taught by Sabellius in 3rd Century Rome; and it continues to be regarded as such today. It is also known as Modalistic Monarchianism and Oneness Pentecostalism. Modalism teaches there is only one God, and that one God manifests himself in three different modes, either Father, Son, or Holy Spirit. This is decidedly not how God is described in the Holy Scriptures.
Feuerstein has been embroiled in several financial scandals, most notably when he started a GoFundMe page, asking for $20,000 to purchase a camera that sells for under $2,000, which he apparently already had, and all while posting selfies on Instagram that featured him wearing a number of very expensive watches, shoes, etc., leading many to believe his YouTube videos and personal appearances are nothing more that self-promotion and marketing himself in order to make money. This may be why his website has been removed, the Facebook page of his “church” known as “America’s church” as well as his own Facebook page have not had a current post since April 2021 and August 2021 respectively. His YouTube channel hasn’t posted anything since October 2014, and his Twitter Account was suspended (though he immediately started another page with another account).
Initially it appeared that Feuerstein had removed himself from the internet altogether, but it was soon discovered he had simply scaled down his presence, and not cast such a large presence. No doubt this was related to his financial scandals. His Instagram continues to be very active, with the most recent post occurring on June 27, 2022. He hasn’t gone away, and he is still spreading his decidedly non-Christian nonsense.