My view is Amillennialism.
I used to be a very passionate Dispensational Premillennialist. But that was back when I didn't even realize that there even WERE other views. I thought DP was THE ONLY view there was.
As I learned more and became less Fundamentalist, I changed my view.
bob>Good for you and it's obvious you take the bible seriously and study it and the various concepts of various religions.
BTW...when our Catholic friend says "no Rapture", they mean no SEPARATE EVENT called the Rapture. They see the "catching up" (Rapture) and the "parousia" (Return of Christ) as a SINGLE EVENT.
"No Rapture" does NOT mean, "no return ever".
bob>So, they are "post" so am I and the only reason I care about this issue at all is because the "post/mid" people could loose their faith when/if they find out it's not as they "believe" otherwise I don't care.
It just means that they reject the idea of a separate Rapture event that precedes the Return of Christ by 7 years.
My belief is similar to theirs. In fact, this is a belief that is held by the overwhelming majority of Christianity outside of Conservative Evangelicalism. (Evangelicals make up less than 25% of the world Christian population, and about 60% of Evangelicals hold Dispensational Premillennialist views). Close to 75% of Christianity holds Amillennial views. This includes nearly all Catholics and Eastern Orthodox, most Methodists, nearly all Lutherans, Episcopalians, and Presbyterians, and some Baptists. (Some noteable Catholics and Baptists have adopted the "Classical Premillennialism" view, but they are a small minority).
Post Millennialism is on the rise among some Pentecostals... particularly among the Word of Faith Movement where "Dominion Theology" has become popular.
bob>What's "Dominion Theology?"