Kingdom Theology – Wikipedia

Kingdom theology distinguishes between the current world ruled by Satan, the one we live in, and the world ruled by God, his kingdom.[1] Kingdom theology holds the importance of the kingdom of God as a core value and teaches that the kingdom currently exists in the world, but not yet in its fullness. The theology maintains that the kingdom of God will come in fullness with Christ’s second coming.[2] In the future fulfilment, evil and Satan will be destroyed and God’s complete rule on Earth established.[3] Theologian and director of the Vineyard Bible Institute Derek Morphew argued that the kingdom of God encompassed both signs and wonders and social justice.[4] Although kingdom theology presents history as a struggle between God and Satan, there is an eschatological expectation that God will triumph over Satan, which is why suffering for the sake of the kingdom is accepted.

Source: Kingdom theology – Wikipedia

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