I personally find this argument weak. Despite what many imagine, the nations continue to be deceived during the Premillennial millennial kingdom. Even with Satan’s binding, and just like the Amillennial view of the millennium, numerous Gentiles remain unchanged. This surely correlates with today. Despite the Gospel message being delivered to the nations and Satan being unseated in countless Gentile hearts throughout the world, he still has an army of adherents that have grown to such an overwhelming extent that they flood the millennium. Revelation 20 is not saying men and women won't individually be deceived during the millennium, but that the Gentiles (as a people) wouldn’t be deceived like before. John is speaking of a general deceiving of the Gentiles (ethnos), not that every single human being would be saved or subject the Christ’s reign. In short, even though Satan is bound in the millennium (Premil or Amil one) there is a gigantic number – as the sand of the sea – that are deceived, who Satan is able to use at the end. The Premil millennium is saturated in sin and rebellion, filled with the wicked and plagued by death even though Romans 8:19-23, 2 Peter 3:13 and 1 Corinthians 15:50-55 say that the time of Christ's Coming finally eliminates all this forever.
Originally Posted by rom826
Creation and the creature will see a final and complete deliverance from the current bondage of corruption. Paul locates this liberation for creation at the time when the saints experience "the adoption, [to wit], the redemption of our body." This conclusively proves that the glorification of the earth occurs simultaneously with the glorification of our bodies.
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