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Amillennialism is an eschatological point of view of the End Times. It is not pronounced with the long a, as in apex or able, nor is it pronounced with the short a, as in apple or after, but rather with the nuanced a, as in apostle, amazing, aside, etc.. Amillennialism differs from Premillennialism, which suggests Christ's return is before the millennium, thus Pre-Millennial and also differs from Postmillennialism, which suggests Christ's return is after the millennium. Amillennialism suggests the millennium is now and was inaugurated at the cross or the resurrection, depending on which stance you take and that the tribulation is now, neatly paralleling the Kingdom of the Son with the kingdom of Satan, until the last day when Christ destroys Satan and hands the kingdom over to the Father. Until then, good and evil are in a constant contest, but nevertheless, Christ Reigns now is the highlight of Amillennialism, along with rather than looking for the appearance of the antichrist, proponents of this view look for the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Christ Jesus.
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