premillenarian

pre·mil·le·nar·i·an

 (prē-mĭl′ə-nâr′ē-ən)
adj.
Of or relating to premillennialism.
n.
A person who believes in premillennialism.

pre·mil′le·nar′i·an·ism n.

premillenarian

(ˌpriːmɪlɪˈnɛərɪən)
n
(Theology) a believer in or upholder of the doctrines of premillennialism
adj
(Theology) of or relating to premillennialism
ˌpremilleˈnarianism n

pre•mil•le•nar•i•an

(ˌpri mɪl əˈnɛər i ən)

n.
1. a believer in premillennialism.
adj.
2. of or pertaining to the doctrine of premillennialism or to a believer in this doctrine.
[1835–45]
pre`mil•le•nar′i•an•ism, n.
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They also became a powerful venue for promoting a dispensational, premillenarian approach to Scripture that featured literal, Baconian approaches to the prophetic parts of the Bible.
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followed Mede in his premillenarian eschatology, interpreting the one
342) and Jerome McGann, who makes the case for "a more or less conscious [critical] investment in the peculiarities of [Rossetti's] Christian orientation," by which he means not just Tractarianism broadly, but more specifically, "that peculiar Adventist and premillenarian context which flourished for about fifty years in mid-nineteenth-century culture" (p.
In theology and biblical criticism he was strongly conservative, and he held as a vital truth the premillenarian view of the second coming of Christ.