[Articles in the Multiple Views series are intended to present various views held by Christians, in an objective and unbiased manner]
“When Jesus arrived on the scene, he immediately began proclaiming the message of a new kingdom: “The time has come … The kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!” (Mark 1:15) …
They [the religious leaders] feared that, if Jesus continued to proclaim this royal domain, the Romans would destroy their temple and any hope for a kingdom (John 11:47-48).
But this kingdom was different. He [Jesus] never provided a detailed verbal definition of his kingdom. Instead, he told stories – and his parables rarely included the typical trappings of kingship. There were no horses or chariots or battles in these stories. Instead, Jesus told about a woman who was kneading some dough, a farmer whose neighbor mixed weeds with his wheat, and a man who planted some mustard seeds (Matthew 24:24-33).” 
We will now consider four of the popularly advocated and held to views of the kingdom of God
- Historical Premillennialism
- Dispensational Premillennialism
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 Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy (2011), p.113
- Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy (2011)
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