Quite simply, AJ Miller is an Australian who claims to be Jesus Christ (whose partner, Mary Suzanne Luck, is believed to be Mary Magdalene).
Currently living in Queensland, Australia (at the time of writing) 'AJ' has been attracting some significant media attention.
However, we at CHRISTIAN FAITH, had already critiqued the claims of 'AJ' some time ago.
An excellent article by Terry Allen (see below) had been essential reading before the big Australian networks began to examine the claims of AJ Miller to him being 'the Christ'.
This page exists to warn people against being involved with the AJ Miller Movement. The reason is very straight-forward. There is only one divine Son of God and AJ Miller is just a man - a sinner just like me.
Speaking about the real Jesus, the writer of the New Testament book 'Hebrews', wrote these words:
But as it is, he has appeared once for all at the end of the ages to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself.
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CHRISTIAN FAITH RESOURCES
'AJ Miller – he is not the Messiah!' by Terry Allen. This is a very significant article about AJ Miller.
ACA exposes AJ Miller! 'Christian Faith' interviewed. This details Channel 9's coverage as well as their contact with our website editor.
AJ MILLER update. Channel 7 now involved! Another major Australian media network, Channel 7, investigated this troubling movement.
MAJOR NETWORK'S COVERAGE (includes video)
THE '9' NETWORK
THE '7' NETWORK
'Alan John Miller, Mary Suzanne Luck Claim To Be Jesus And Mary Magdalene (VIDEO)' (Huff Post WEIRD NEWS. First Posted: 5/16/11. Updated: 7/11/11)
'A.J. MILLER, YOU’RE NOT JESUS DEAL WITH IT' by Ken Silva (Apprising Ministries)
Alan Miller aka ‘Jesus Christ’ living in the Qld scrub? by Peter Hallett
'Jesus of Kingaroy' by David Millikan (ETERNITY)
Where is Jesus? - Alan John Miller and Divine Truth by Adrian van Leen (Lookout)
'Jesus and Mary cult followers buy up land around Kingaroy' by David Murray (The Courier-Mail)
'It's convenient 'Jesus' chose Queensland' by Karen Brooks (The Courier-Mail September 21, 2011)
'The messiah complex' Queensland based former IT specialist "A.J." Miller says he is Jesus Christ reborn and a surprising number of people believe him writes Matt Siegel (SMH May 1, 2013).