So, Biden will be President?

By Samuel M. Frost, Th.M.

So, let us assume (at the time of this writing) that Ole Joe will win the Presidency. If so, let me pull out the “haters of all things Trump” Playbook and do to Biden what was done to Trump.

1. Joe Biden lied about how he met his current wife, Jill. According to an actual witness (Jill’s ex husband), Bill Stevenson, Ole Joey was putting the moves on Jill while she was married to Bill back in 1972. Joey claims that they met in 1975. That “story” has been thoroughly debunked since Jill campaigned for Joey in 1972! Of course, the Media, Joey and Jill “deny” the ex husband’s claim. So much for “moral character”.

2. The assault on Tara Reid, which, again, the Media (formerly, the “Me Too” gang) totally dismissed – even though over nine “on the record” confirmations and witnesses are in lock step with Reid’s claim. Oh well. Who cares, right?

3. Hunter “crackhead” Biden and the “laptop from hell”. Hopefully, Joey’s son will be seen nowhere near the White House (kind of like Jimmy Carter’s brother, Billy). This guy is currently under investigation by the Senate and the FBI. Also, credible witnesses with actual proof and verification have linked Joey to the scams of untold millions of dollars. Think the Media will pick this story up? No. Think the voters of Biden will care? No. They will dismiss it. Biden is dang-near perfect, a man of character, integrity and family values, right?

4. The current tweets of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Evan McMullen are asking for a “list” of people who “supported” Trump. What are they planning on doing with voters who voted for Trump? A list? Really? Wow, Joey, are you going to “unite” us under one Banner of Government compulsion?

5. The slogan of a Biden “mandate” is ridiculous in light of the numbers. As of this writing, Trump got 70,787,512 popular votes. Biden got 74,926,044 popular votes. Now, as Biden claims, he does not ‘see’ Red and Blue states, or Republicans or Democrats. He wants to “heal my soul” (it doesn’t need healed, Joey, but thanks anyway). How does a Government go about “healing” 70 million people who didn’t vote for him? That’s nearly half the voters. Hardly a “mandate” from the American People. The country is split. In fact, Trump had 62,979,636  votes in 2016. Do the math. He picked up votes in 2020. More amazing to the “Trump is akin to Mussolini” drivel, Trump picked up male Black votes and Latinos.

This has shocked many at CNN. Well, who cares, right, since on MSNBC Joy Reid referred to Justice Clarence Thomas as “Uncle Clarence” – a derogatory term used spun off from “Uncle Tom” in the Black community for those who think for themselves and not the Party. In 1994 the never-tired-of-hearing, my brother, Cornel West wrote that the use of Uncle Tom for Black Conservatives is pejorative. Commenting on Glenn Loury’s Essay (Free at Last, written for Commentary, October, 1992), that “Loury’s charges are noteworthy” (Race Matters, Cornel West, Vintage, 1994, p. 74-75). However, at the time West wrote that book, there was barely a trickle of Black Conservatism (stemming from as early as George S. Shuyler’s great book, Black and Conservative – 1966 – get it, buy it, read it). Of course, there was Thomas Sowell and Shelby Steele. Today, those numbers have changed and grown significantly. Joy Reid is out of step. However, West wrote, “The few valuable insights of the new black conservatives can be incorporated into a broader perspective…” while rejecting their Republican political measures (p. 89, op. cited). Loury wrote, “[I]n the larger white society my racial identity was in no way conditional upon my espousing particular beliefs or values; whatever my political views or cultural interests, I would always be black in white America. Yet among other blacks my standing could be made conditional upon fidelity to the prevailing party line” (Commentary). In other words, for Joy Reid, “if you don’t vote for Biden, you ain’t black”. Joey said that. And it is utter stupidity and nonsense.

6. During the final debate it largely fell on deaf ears that Biden mentioned that we have only 8 years “to the point of no return”. Climate change is “an existential threat to humanity,” he said. We are, says Biden, “told by all the leading scientists of the world” that we have no more time. We have, basically, 8 to 10 years. This is from the possible future President’s lips. What does that mean, then? If “humanity” is at the “point of no return”, then obviously Joey and Kamala must save the entire world. No, this is not a DC Comic book you are reading. This is reality. To continue to have the way of life that involves football on Sundays, Christmas family gatherings and free internet porn, we must “radically alter” our social values and norms.

The idea that we have “8 to 10 years” before plunged into something George Romero or George Miller could dream up, comes from the UN General Assembly, 73rd Session, High Level Meeting on Climate and Sustainable Development, March 28th, 2019 (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). “We are running out of time” was uttered at the close of this meeting by Ms. Wickramyanayake. A Mr. Hassan also noted, “we haven’t much time”. The term “existential threat” (repeated now a billion times in the Media) comes from this meeting. Jayatha Wickramyanayake is from Sri Lanka, and Hussain Rasheed Hassan is Minister for Environment of the Maldives. All of this is a move to eradicate American hegemony. Rather than the nations copying and implementing a Constitutional form of Government under a Republic “for and by the People” – America is being asked to radically alter her sovereignty (i.e., reduce market fundamentalism) and “join in” and “fund” Global and Green enterprises to save the planet. What this means is super high taxes, product prices soaring (consumables become more expensive – get used to being without them), and, eventually, getting rid of that car and motorcycle that consumes fossil energies. Think I am joking? Here’s a headline from The Sacramento Bee, “Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday issued an executive order that would phase out sales of new gas-powered passenger cars by 2035, a move that he said would improve air quality and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions that are warming the planet” (Sacramento Bee, Sept. 23rd, 2020).

Newsom said, “For too many decades, we have allowed cars to pollute the air that our children and families breathe. You deserve to have a car that doesn’t give your kids asthma. Our cars shouldn’t make wildfires worse – and create more days filled with smoky air. Cars shouldn’t melt glaciers or raise sea levels threatening our cherished beaches and coastlines” (op. cit.). Yup. Mad Max ain’t just a movie from Hollywood. It’s Hollywood’s vision projected on reality unless we get rid of right wing Evangelicals – or at least shut them down through ridicule and marginalization. And, by golly, it’s Joey’s and Kamala’s job to do just that. It’s a mandate!

Oh, and by the way, the 97% of all scientists agree myth is just that: a myth. Several top scientists like Professor Judith Curry, chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Meteorology Professor Richard Lindzen at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Patrick Michaels and Paul Knappenberger who are with the Center for the Study of Science at the Cato Institute, Dr. Benny Peiser of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, Climatologist Dr. Roy Warren Spencer, principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and formerly worked as a Senior Scientist for Climate Studies at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center – the list goes can go on. Perhaps the idea of infusing what “science” says (rather, read “demands” with an authoritarian hand) with political legislation is not a good idea. “Nazi propaganda never hesitated to clothe its monstrous lies in scientific apparel. The method often worked too, since those towards whom these lies were directed usually had little critical faculty, and accepted as fact everything which bore the regime’s stamp of approval” (Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account, Miklos Nyiszli, [1951], 2011, MJF Books, p.181).


Author: Samuel M. Frost, Th.D.

Samuel M. Frost has gained the recognition of his family, peers, colleagues, church members, and local community as a teacher and leader.  Samuel was raised in the Foursquare Gospel tradition and continued in the rising Charismatic Movement of the early 1980’s.  While serving in local congregations he was admitted to Liberty Christian College in Pensacola, Florida where he lived on campus for four years earning his Bachelor’s of Theology degree.  It was there under the tutelage of Dr. Dow Robinson (Summer Institutes of Linguistics), and Dr. Frank Longino (Dallas Theological Seminary) that he was motivated to pursue a career in Theology.  Dr. Robinson wrote two books on Linguistics, Workbook on Phonological Analysis (SIL, 1970) and Manuel for Bilingual Dictionaries: Textbook (SIL, 1969).  It was under these teachers’ guidance that Frost entered into his Master’s studies, being granted a scholarship for Greek I and II at Pentecostal Theological Seminary, accredited, in Cleveland, Tennessee (adjunct of Lee University).  Frost completed his study under Dr. French Arrington (The Ministry of Reconciliation, Baker Books, 1980), who used the text of J. Gresham Machen, New Testament Greek for Beginners. Frost studied Hebrew for two years under Dr. Mark Futato (author, Beginning Biblical Hebrew, Eisenbrauns, 2003) and Dr. Bruce K. Waltke (author, An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, Eisenbrauns, 1990) at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, Florida. With combined credits from PTS and RTS, Samuel completed his Master of Arts in Christian Studies and Master of Arts in Religion from Whitefield Theological Seminary in Lakeland, Florida under the direct tutelage of Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot, co-author of the well reviewed work, Hyper-Calvinism and Arminianism (Whitefield Media, 2005) with Dr. Gary Crampton (and Foreword by the late, Dr. D. James Kennedy).  Dr. Talbot also oversaw Samuel’s Dissertation, From the First Adam to the Second and Last Adam (2012) earning him the Magister Theologiae (Th.M.) degree.  He also helped put together A Student’s Hebrew Primer for WTS, designed and graded exams for their Hebrew Languages course. Samuel’s studies lead him into an issue in the field of Eschatology where his scholarship and unique approach in Hermeneutics garnered him recognition.  Because of the controversial nature of some of his conclusions, scholars were sharp in their disagreement with him.  Frost’s initial work, Misplaced Hope: The Origins of First and Second Century Eschatology (2002, Second Edition, 2006 Bi-Millennial Publishing), sold over four thousand units.  While arguing for the Reformation understanding of sola Scriptura as defined by the Westminster Confession of Faith, Frost’s book launched a heavily footnoted argument for a total reassessment of the doctrine known as the Second Coming of Christ.  The conclusion was that the events of the war of the Jewish nation against their Roman overlords in 66-70 C.E. formed the New Testament authors’ eschatological outlook, and went no further than their own first century generation; a view otherwise known as “full” or "hyper" Preterism.  Internationally recognized Evangelical author and speaker, Steve Wohlberg remarked, ‘On the “preterist” side today…we have such influential leaders as Gary DeMar, Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., David Chilton, R.C. Sproul, Max King, James Stuart Russell, Samuel M. Frost, and John Noe.  To these scholars…the beast is not on the horizon, he’s dead” (Italics, his)” (End Time Delusions, Destiny Image Publishers, 2004, page 133).  It should be noted that only Noe, King and Frost supported the “full” Preterist position. Thomas Ice and co-author of the best selling Left Behind series, Tim LaHaye, quote Frost’s work, Misplaced Hope, as well in their book, The End Times Controversy: The Second Coming under Attack (Harvest House Publishers, 2003, page 40).  Dr. Jay E. Adams, who single handedly launched “a revolution” in Christian Counseling with his work, Competent to Counsel: An Introduction to Nouthetic Counseling, (1970, Zondervan), also wrote an analysis of Frost’s work in Preterism: Orthodox or Unorthodox? (Ministry Monographs for Modern Times, INS Publishing, 2004).  Adams wrote of Misplaced Hope as a "useful, scholarly work" (p.6 - though he disagreed with the overall thesis).  Dr. Charles E. Hill, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, wrote of Misplaced Hope that Frost, “attacks the problem of the early church in a much more thoroughgoing way than I have seen” (When Shall These Things Be? A Reformed Response to Hyper Preterism, Ed. Keith Mathison, Presbyterian & Reformed Publishing, 2003, ‘Eschatology in the Wake of Jerusalem’s Fall’ p. 110-ff.).  There were several other works as well that took the scholarship of Frost seriously, like Ergun Caner in The Return of Christ: A Premillennial Perspective, Eds., Steve W. Lemke and David L. Allen (B&H Publishing, 2011). Because of the controversial nature of Frost’s conclusions on these matters, it was difficult to find a denomination within the Church-at-Large to work in terms of pastoral ministry.  That situation changed when Samuel was called by a Bible study group in Saint Petersburg, Florida to found a congregation.  Christ Covenant Church was established in 2002 operating under the principles outlined by Presbyterian historian James Bannerman’s work, The Church of Christ: A Treatise on the Nature, Powers, Ordinances, Discipline, and Government of the Christian Church (Banner of Truth Trust, 1974, original, 1869).  By-Laws and a Constitution were drawn up in the strictest manner for what was considered an “Independent” establishment of a Presbyterian Church, granted that a “call” was received and recognized by Presiding Elders duly ordained from existing and recognized denominations.  Two Elders, one ordained in the Reformed Presbyterian Church (Mike Delores), and another ordained in the Presbyterian Church of America (Dr. Kelly N. Birks, now deceased) tested and reviewed the call, ordaining Samuel on October 20th, 2002, the Twenty Second Sunday after Trinity.  Proper forms were submitted to Tallahassee, Florida with the stamp of a Notary Public Witness.  Christ Covenant Church (CCC) functioned as a local church for five years with a congregation as large as 30 members.  Frost was gaining recognition after Misplaced Hope had been published in January of that year, and conferences were hosted that included debates with another prominent "full" Preterist educator, Don K. Preston.  CCC hosted best-selling authors, Thomas Ice, and Mark Hitchcock from Dallas Theological Seminary; and Dr. James B. Jordan (Westminster Theological Seminary), well-known author/pastor in Reformed theological circles.  Frost was invited for the next several years to speak at over 25 conferences nation-wide, was featured in articles and an appearance on local news in Tampa for one of CCC’s conferences.  The Evangelical Theological Society also invited Samuel to speak at the Philadelphia conference (Frost is currently a Member of ETS as well as Society of Biblical Literature). During this time Samuel had submitted one more book, Exegetical Essays on the Resurrection of the Dead (TruthVoice, 2008; repr. JaDon Publishing, 2010); and co-wrote, House Divided: A Reformed Response to When Shall These Things Be? (Vision International, 2010).  Frost also wrote several Forewords for up and coming authors who were influenced by his teaching materials, as well as cited many times in books, lectures and academic papers.  However, because of certain aspects of Hermeneutics and Frost’s undaunted commitment to scholarship (with always a strong emphasis on the personal nature of devotional living to Christ), several challenges to the "hyper" Preterist view he espoused finally gave way, largely due to the unwavering commitment to Samuel by the Dean of Whitefield Theological Seminary, Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot, who continually challenged him.  In what shocked the "hyper" Preterist world, Samuel announced after the Summer of 2010 that he was in serious error, and departed the movement as a whole, along with Jason Bradfield, now Assistant Pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, Florida .  Christ Covenant Church had dissolved after 2007 while Samuel continued as a public speaker and writer, largely due to reasons that would unravel Frost’s commitment to "hyper" Preterism as a whole. The documentation of Frost’s departure was published by American Vision’s Founder, Gary DeMar, with a Foreword by Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry.  Why I Left Full Preterism (AV Publishing, 2012) quickly ran through its first run.  The book was later republished under the arm of Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry and is sold today (GoodBirth Ministries Publishing, 2019; though still available in Kindle form from American Vision).  Dr. Gentry also gave mention to Frost in his book, Have We Missed the Second Coming: A Critique of Hyper Preterism (Victorious Hope Publishing, 2016), noting him as "one of the most prominent" teachers within Full Preterism (135).  Dr. Keith Mathison, Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformation Bible College in Sanford, Florida, endorsed the book as well.  Samuel has gone on to write, Daniel: Unplugged (McGahan Publishing House, 2021); The Parousia of the Son of Man (Lulu Publishing, 2019); God: As Bill Wilson Understood Him, A Theological Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous (Lulu Publishing, 2017).  He is also active as a certified Chaplain with the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, Indiana, and enrolled with ICAADA (Indiana Counselor’s Association on Alcohol and Drug Abuse), and worked directly under Dr. Dennis Greene, Founder of Christian Counseling and Addictions Services, Inc., for a year.  Frost’s passion is in the education of the local church on various issues and occasionally works with Pastor Alan McCraine with the First Presbyterian Church in Lewisville, Indiana, and Bethel Presbyterian Church, Knightstown, Indiana, where he periodically is called upon to give the sermon. Samuel, with his wife, Kimberly, helped to establish Heaven’s Bread Basket food pantry that donates food items to local families in need once a month – a ministry of the Session of First Presbyterian Church, Lewisville, Indiana. Samuel also works part time at Ace Hardware in New Castle, Indiana for several years.  He has a solid, family reputation in the community, and has performed local marriages and funerals.  He also sits on the Board of the Historical Preservation Committee in New Castle. Recently, he has completed his two year quest for a Th.D from Christian Life School of Theology Global, Georgia.

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