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The people who hold to this belief are called amillennialists. The prefix “a-” in amillennialism means “no” or “not.” Hence, “amillennialism” means “no millennium.

Amillennialism is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Amillennialism books and related discussion.

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A case for amillennialism : understanding the end times / Dr. Kim Riddlebarger.— .
Shepherds' Conference 2007 -
by the way, we will talk just in broad terms about Amillennialism, and if any ... to yourself the new label for Postmillennialism which is “optimistic Amillennialism.
1 Kim Riddlebarger, A Case for Amillennialism: Understanding the
Kim Riddlebarger's book A Case for Amillennialism seeks to make a detailed case for ... ongoing discussion between amillennialists and dispensationalists.
Examining an Amillennial Interpretation of Revelation 20:1-6 Whose
Those in the amillennial camp, who hold to a spiritualized kingdom of unlimited duration and deny any ... At some point in the future, according to amillennialists,.
2 thessalonians 1 supports amillennialism . . . vern s. poythress

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What Is Amillennialism?
Millennium simply means one thousand and thus means a one thousand year period of time is a millennium. The Millennium is the one thousand year reign of Jesus Christ on the earth and Revelation 20 is where most millennists might turn to where the ...
It's the End of the World as We Know It (And We Feel Fine)
They don't care about seminary debates—premillennialism, amillennialism, postmillennialism, pre-tribulational raptures, etc. They'll say, “I'm a pan-millennialist. I believe it'll all pan out.
Secrets of the extreme religious right: Inside the frightening world of
Then there's amillennialism, the view that most Catholics have: “Oh yeah, the Bible talks about the Kingdom of God, but that's in heaven. It's not an earthly thing.
Welcome to the Hyperization of Christianity
A handful of televangelists and prominent ministers promoted a charismatic form of Amillennialism. These advocates rejected the premillennial position, veering away from the blessed hope of the rapture.
END TIMES: Scholars differ on what Bible says about subject
Amillennialism's origins often are traced to the fifth-century North African bishop Augustine of Hippo, but the view rose to prominence in the SBC between the 1930s and 1980s as postmillennialism died out.

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