The end-time viewpoint of Caius who wrote around 296 A.D.
Caius was pope for twelve years, four months, and seven days, from 17 December, 283, to 22 April, 296. Nothing whatever is known of his life. He lived in the time of peace before the last great persecution.
It is unclear what his view was.
I — From a Dialogue or Disputation Against Proclus
But Cerinthus, too, through revelations written, as he would have us believe, by a great apostle, brings before us marvellous things, which he pretends were shown him by angels; alleging that after the resurrection the kingdom of Christ is to be on earth, and that the flesh dwelling in Jerusalem is again to be subject to desires and pleasures. And being an enemy to the Scriptures of God, wishing to deceive men, he says that there is to be a space of a thousand years for marriage festivals.