The Kingdom of God I was just wondering what others thought about this subject? Theologically I am what is called a historic premillennialist. I accept the interpretation of the Millennium that was passed on from the Apostles and their immediate students and appointed leaders as being the correct interpretation. Therefore, I am NOT a dispensationalist nor an amillennnialist… So regarding the Kingdom of God, I believe the Bible teaches us that it exists in two senses…one in the present and the other (the fulfillment of what this means for us) at the consummation of the age (at the Parouisia, the second coming)… A simple representation of this view can be seen when Christ declares “the Kingdom of God is within you” and the other when He teaches us to pray “They kingdom come, they will be done, on earth as it is in heaven”. Consequently salvation (the fulfillment of those in Christ) is also both now and yet future. But regarding the Kingdom of God, we see Christ declared His authority over sin, sickness, and death in His own death, burial, and resurrection, which this view sees as the fulfillment of Genesis 3:15 and Hebrews 2:14 and 15. So the King has established His sovereignty on earth (God having become a man) and now He works at drawing all men to Him through us by the Holy Spirit (John 3:37,38) and will deal the final blow of Victory when Satan’s “man” (the Anti-Christ) will be consumed by the brightness of His coming and the wrath of God is poured out on the enemies of God, the enemies of His people, and those who will come against His Holy City. It appears to me that Paul also teaches the present yet future view… The Kingdom is now (Rom. 14:17; 1 Cor. 4:19-20; Col. 1:13, 14) The Kingdom is future (1 Cor. 6:9; Gal. 5:21; Eph. 5:5; 2 Tim. 4:18) So what do other members of the family think about the Kingdom of God? Now there are about three views and all can seemingly be supported by Scripture, so let’s talk, agree to disagree where our views are not reconcilable, and learn from one another.