premillennialism

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pre·mil·len·ni·al·ism

 (prē′mĭ-lĕn′ē-ə-lĭz′əm)
n.
The doctrine that Jesus's Second Coming will immediately precede the millennium.

pre′mil·len′ni·al·ist n.

premillennialism

(ˌpriːmɪˈlɛnɪəˌlɪzəm)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the doctrine or belief that the millennium will be preceded by the Second Coming of Christ
ˌpremilˈlennialist n

pre•mil•len•ni•al•ism

(ˌpri mɪˈlɛn i əˌlɪz əm)

n.
the doctrine or belief that the Second Coming of Christ will precede the millennium.
[1840–50]
pre`mil•len′ni•al•ist, n.

premillennialism

the belief that the second coming of Christ will usher in the millennium. — premillennialist, n.premillennian, adj.
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Augustine, (2) which can be understood in terms of the spiritualized manifestation of the millennial kingdom of God in the present age (Thigpen 207).
His sophisticated analysis has relevance not only for Seventh-day Adventists, but for all religious movements that foresee the millennial kingdom arising only in a future age and by divine agency alone, yet energetically promote diverse religious, economic, political, and social agendas in the present era.
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Asahara claimed that the Hindu god Shiva had commanded him to build the idealized Buddhist millennial kingdom, Shambhala.
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