As a postmillennialist I would not point to some current trend as proof of the postmillennial hope. And this historical trend certainly does not report the numbers only of true Christianity. Nevertheless, it is encouraging to see that Christianity is growing fast. And within this growth rate we certainly do have: (1) numerous true Christians as well as (2) opportunities to educate these large numbers of nominal Christians in the truth, as seed for true revival.
Unlike the Qumran movement in first-century Judaism, Christianity did not fail and vanish away from history. And this is surely an expectation of postmillennialism. Continue reading