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What is Spiritual Death?

By Samuel M. Frost, Th.M. Since 2017, and even before, I have come to question the idea of “spiritual death” as a concept, or idea. Of course, I was raised with hearing this taught in the Foursquare tradition, and it is certainly taught in the Reformed one. One can find it in almost any circle of Christendom. Although it is…

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‘Were some of the dead raised in 70 CE? A Brief Critique of Phillip G. Kayser’s View on Revelation 20’

By Samuel M. Frost, Th. M. (Whitefield Theological Seminary/Reformed Theological Seminary/Pentecostal Theological Seminary)                 It is not easy to offer a critique of Dr. Kayser since I respect his body of work for Christian ministries.  Kayser is the Professor of Ethics with Whitefield Theological Seminary, and works tirelessly to promote biblical and theological books (see his website, BiblicalBlueprints.com for a…

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Samuel Frost, The Heretic

By Samuel M. Frost, Th.M. Well, it has certainly been a trying day, but the Lord is God to this sinner that stands in his grace.  Sinner?  Yes.  See, I am a sinner.  I live in my flesh, this body of sin, or body of death as Paul called it.  It is constantly harasses by sin, and eventually, I will…

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Critical Race Theory Introductions

By Samuel M. Frost, Th.M. People all over the nation are clamoring to find material on Critical Race Theory. It is a fascinating thing to watch what will be recorded in future history books about our own era, provided we are still here. We read of the Scopes Trial, or the Eugenics Movement in the past. We can only read…

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Juneteenth

By Samuel M. Frost, Th.M. Today, June 19th, is called, “Juneteenth Day.”  This goes way back to 1865 in Texas.  The Emancipation Proclamation went into effect January 1st, 1863.  But, Afro-Americans in Texas had not been “officially” told about such a Proclamation.  It is known that many Blacks in Texas “knew” of Lincoln’s writ, and there appears to be evidence…

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