Amillennialism – A Somewhat Older Insanity

Bad Eschatology – Part 8

Why would anyone claim to be a Christian, and then cut out parts of the Bible that they don’t like?

I am truly amazed that people would accept this kind of behavior from pastors and theologians. Yet they do, and that is deeply disturbing.

Paul said that savage wolves would enter the church after he died (Acts 20:29), and that is exactly what happened. And, because we honor the words of men over that of the Bible, our churches are cursed by God. And, Amillennialism is just one of many reasons why.

Let’s dig in…


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Amillennialism – A Somewhat Older Insanity

Bad Eschatology – Part 8

When the prophet Samuel said this to King Saul…

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, And stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because you have rejected the word of the Lord, He also has rejected you from being king.”

 – 1 Samuel 15:23 (NKJV)

…he was absolutely right in every way.

For almost two thousand years, we’ve had rebellious and stubborn pastors preach against the Bible and against God. Instead of taking the Bible as it is, they decided to change what it means – into an idolatrous reflection of what they want the Bible to say.

They take what is literal and turn it into something symbolic and what is symbolic into something literal. They turn words around – changing meanings and intent – to give themselves permission to do and say what they want – instead of what God wants. And then, they have the temerity to claim that God approves of their wicked efforts.

Amillennialism is one of those wicked efforts. It was one of the key tools of the Roman Catholic Church to murder Christians who disagreed with them – because they claimed to rule and reign with Christ. And the rivers of innocent blood shed by the Great Whore of Rome had everything to do with their satanic view that they were in the Millennium.

After all, the Vicar of Christ was on the throne (in Rome), and if he wanted to kill you – that was okay.

What Is Amillennialism

So, what is this Amillennialism thing, anyway?

There are some nuances to their belief, but it basically says that Revelation 20 is completely symbolic and that we Christians are ruling and reigning with Christ – symbolically. It claims that there will be no 1000 year reign on earth by Christ, and it claims that the Millennium began 2000 years ago. It also claims that the First Resurrection has already happened. Also no bodies will be resurrected, just souls.

Sound familiar?

Yeah. It’s a bit like Preterism.

Now, there is a subset of Amillennialism that believes that the First Resurrection hasn’t happened yet, and that it will occur along with the Second Resurrection. They call that ‘Imperfect Amillennialism’. I guess that an ‘imperfect’ lie is better than a perfect one.

Like Preterism, the ONLY way that Amillennialism can work is if you throw out the Book of Revelation and all the Last Days prophecies in the Hebrew Scriptures. And, there’s literally no way that you can do that without being cursed by God. And yes, ‘cursed by God’ is a perfect epithet for Amillennialism.

If you are an Amillennialist, you have brought the curse of God upon you – according to Revelation 22:19.

So, Where Did This Heresy Come From?

So, where did Amillennialism come from?

The first time we see anything like Amillennialism, is from one of the worst heretics ever, Marcion of Sinope (AD 85-160). That guy was everything that Paul warned against. His attempt to corrupt the Bible was so bad that even the church at Rome threw him out.

The next guy was Origen of Alexandria (AD 185-253). He wrote something like 2000 books, of which the best that you can say is that they probably burned really well.

What was Origen’s problem?

He didn’t believe that Jesus was God.

(Origen was pretty much one of the first JWs.)

This denial of the deity of Christ, pretty much put the kibosh on everything Origen. This is good, but Satan wasn’t done yet. Someone else was bound to come along with a better story. That guy was some dude name Augustine.

Augustine of Hippo (AD 354-430) started out as a premillennialist – as all Christians were – but then decided that chucking the whole thing out was a better idea. This was the guy who made Amillennialism stick. And, the group who were in alliance with Satan – The Roman Catholic Church – made him a saint for his efforts.

That’s right. Satan approved of Augustine.

I do not care about any of the ‘good stuff’ that ‘Saint’ Augustine wrote. None of that matters. What matters is that he and all his followers were under the curse of Revelation 22:19. No one gets to throw out half of the Bible and expect our Lord to approve of them. And, if that isn’t enough for you, having the stamp of approval by the RCC should tell you everything that you need to know.

If the Roman Catholic Church likes you, I would worry about your eternal destiny.

Unfortunately, all the harlot daughters of the Roman Catholic Church still follow Augustine’s Amillennialism. Lutherans, Anglicans, Presbyterians, Methodists – they all retained the Amillennialism of their harlot mother. And that’s not the only problem that Protestants have. When they left the RCC, they retained a huge number of the heresies created by the Papists – such as sprinkling, infant ‘baptism’ and a lethal desire to kill people who disagreed.

Does this mean that Protestants aren’t saved?


I believe that God is merciful to those who sin in ignorance. However, no one should expect such mercy if they reject the truth when it is presented to them. Thankfully, I’m not the Judge in such matters.

Furthermore, those who lived during the first thousand years after Christ, would have had some reason to be persuaded by the foolishness of Augustine. It made a certain kind of sense that there was a City of God on earth. And, the fact that the Roman Catholic Church would kill you if you didn’t agree had a powerful persuasion all its own. But, we are now almost 2000 years into the so called ‘church age’, so it should be clear that Augustine didn’t get it right.

If you want a clearer argument, remember what Jesus said about fruits:

15 “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. 16 You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles? 17 Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20 Therefore by their fruits you will know them.

 – Matthew 7:15-20 (NKJV)

The Protestants murdered Christians for disagreeing with them. The number one reason why the United States exists is because of Christians fleeing persecution from the Protestants – not just the RCC. And, even in the US, Protestants would try to throw you in jail if you were a Baptist. In Virginia, in 1770, three Baptist pastors (Lewis Craig, Joseph Craig and Aaron Bledsoe) were jailed for the crime of preaching the gospel.

Today, Protestants are less willing to jail you over a theological disagreement, and I consider that to be an improvement. But, don’t let that blind you to what they still are as a group.

Again, I’m not claiming who is saved and who isn’t. But, at the same time, I would never want to lay my hope for eternal life in the hands of a Protestant minister.

That’s a risk I would never want to take.


I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this

A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.Proverbs 22:3


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