Saturday, June 2, 2012

The Art of Narrative Making: Sam Frost the Liar.

It is no secret that there is much content on this site about Sam Frost.  It is not because I have some "obsession" with Sam Frost but because like it or not, Frost has presented himself first as the voice of hyperpreterism and now as the voice of so-called "anti-hyperpreterism".  Of course there will be a focus on a person like that.  You know, I wish I could write articles detailing how Frost realized his hyperpreterism was a grave error and that he is going to spend many years in humility trying to undo some of the damage he has done.  Instead, Frost pretends to combat hyperpreterism while actually proffering another form of it.  He has even said he has "not left" elements of hyperpreterism, and Frost's mentor; Kenneth Talbot says his eschatology is "akin to David Chilton's" (an avowed hyperpreterist).

Frost also has a documented knack for narrative making; that is he creates story lines and then tries to get people to believe them.  The last narrative by Frost is that the only reason he is being greatly opposed by hyperpreterist Dave Green and company, and the only reason Green and company oppose Frost's mentor Talbot is that I put them up to it.  Frost says to Talbot follower, Dee Dee Warren (not her real name):