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It has been, and currently still is, being debated among Christians when the risen Christ should come again. Those who espouse a Futuristic/Premillennial interpretation of Bible prophecy expect him to return in our lifetime (e.g., soon and very soon, imminently, any day now, etc.) in order to rapture born-again believers and bring about the fulfillment of related End Time events.
Many Doomsday-Rapture forecasts have been put forth in the name of Futurism/Premillennialism since the 2nd-century AD, none of which have come to fruition. This is disconcerting, because failed predictions and false expectations promoted by our Christian counterparts diminishes the credibility of the Bible and scars the reputation and integrity of the Prophetic Office of Jesus Christ.
The historic collapse of both the European Union and the Islamic State (the supposed Beast Kingdoms of Revelation 17), show that the Futuristic/Premillennial version of eschatology is flawed and must be abandoned.
The age-old, tried-and-true Orthodox (aka Partial or Classical) Preterist approach maintains that the majority of Bible prophecies were already fulfilled by the end of the first century AD, and included Jesus' divine appearing in an Old Testament-styled, non-physical manifestation with power and great glory. All that remains to be accomplished in the future is for Jesus Christ to physically return to raise the dead (which is when the rapture also occurs), preside over the final judgment, and create a new heaven and earth devoid of sin and death where the new and holy Jerusalem from heaven descends (as per Revelation 20:7 to 22:5).