(i.e., Widespread Peace on Earth before Jesus Returns)
This false teaching claims that Christ’s Second Coming will only occur after the gospel has spread to all the world, and there has been a thousand-year (millennium) “golden age” of worldwide peace and harmony under Christian ethics, morals, prosperity, and dominance. This false teaching also claims that most people will be saved during this “golden age” of Christianity (although, of course, it says nothing about those who lived before this period). Supposedly, Jesus will only return for Judgment and usher in eternity after this so-called “golden age” on Earth has occurred.
This is yet another false teaching in clear and direct opposition to Scripture, satanically designed to get you to procrastinate and delay in accepting Christ or delay in sharing the gospel message with your family, friends, and loved ones. Scripture tells us that:
We know from Scripture that in the days of Noah:
Now, does that sound like a period of global peace, harmony, and a “golden age” of salvation to you? No, the world was going about its daily business of sin and corruption with no thought whatsoever of God or the judgment to come. In fact, Noah preached of the coming judgment by flood for 120 years, and all the while, God waited patiently for anyone to come to repentance, but not a single person outside of his own family believed Noah.
Further, Scripture explicitly tells us what men will be like in these “last days,” which is this gospel/church age and the last period of human history before Christ returns for Judgment Day:
Again, if a theory or teaching of man contradicts even so much as one clear and direct verse of Scripture, it is man’s theory that is wrong, not Scripture. See also the Dispensational Premillennialism false teaching.
Anderson, R. John. "6.18 Dispensational Postmillennialism False Teaching." EachDay.org. Access date: February 7, 2023. https://eachday.org:443/part-vi-beware-the-wolves/6-18-dispensational-postmillennialism/