Everyone agrees Origen was not a premillennialist. He was obviously strongly influenced by the philosophy of the day.He lived in Alexandria from 185 to 232 A.D. and in Caesarea after that.
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Certain persons, then, refusing the labour of thinking, and adopting a superficial view of the letter of the law, and yielding rather in some measure to the indulgence of their own desires and lusts, being disciples of the letter alone, are of opinion that the fulfillment of the promises of the future are to be looked for in bodily pleasure and luxury . . . And consequently they say, that after the resurrection there will be marriages, and the begetting of children, imagining to themselves that the earthly city of Jerusalem is to be rebuilt . . . .
- Origen had a low regard for the body so, naturally, he rejected views elevating the eternal condition of the body.
- Origen was clearly opposed to a rapture and a millennium inhabited by resurrected saints having resurrected bodies. Notice he rejects the notion of a rebuilt city of Jerusalem after the resurrection.
- Origen seemed to think the words of scripture were not enough and we should, therefore, look to conclusions of thinkers such as he to learn the truth. The problem is that merely thinking about the meaning of scripture is not a guarantee of truth.
- Contrary to Origen, I believe the Bible teaches there will be marriage and childrearing in the new heavens and new earth.I do not hold the view that the body is somehow bad nor do I think such views are based on desire and lust. God created us with a body and expects us to enjoy it; our very human nature is integrated with the body. I should mention: I'm in good company to reject the ideas of Origen; at one point he was considered a heretic.