What I was conveying was that the "large extent", i.e., the majority of people in the Early Church were Premillennialists, isn't accurate. I was not saying anything about what "kind" of Chiliasm was being held, e.g., Historic Premil vs. Dispensationalism. Augustine, e.g., held to a large extent what is known today as Amillennialism. As Masselink rightly points out, Chiliasm was part of Judiasm which Christ rejected.


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