France would need to reinstate the Monarch and the Old aristocracy to establish the Millennial kingdom of Christ. True or false?
By definition, the Millennial kingdom requires France to be ruled by a King.
But the King cannot rule France by himself without reinstatement of the Old aristocracy.
Thus, the French Senate and the National Assembly would need to reinstate the Monarchic institution and the Old aristocracy to establish the Millennial kingdom of Christ.
Otherwise, the Bible's Millennial kingdom (Revelation 20) can never be established until such conditions have been satisfied:-
(1) Reinstate the Absolute Monarchy (or a Modern-hybrid of Absolute Monarchy with limited powers)
(2) Reinstate the Old aristocracy (or a Modern-hybridized version of the Old aristocracy, alongside the Nouveau riche)
Otherwise, the Bible's Millennial kingdom cannot be established in France.
True or false?
Note: Such a process effectively calls for compromise, or "counter revolution" of some sort in order to establish the Millennial kingdom in France.
But the big question is whether or not the Senate and the National Assembly are willing (and prepared) to countenance such a radical reform to the Constitutional law of France.
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