I would hate that the Church is still under the Roman Kingdom - iron and clay. Divided.
Without getting into the discussion of the Millenium Kingdom, I thought it might be helpful to take a look at Daniel 2:43-45 (let's use the NIV):
And just as you saw the iron mixed with baked clay, so the people will
be a mixture and will not remain united, any more than iron mixes with
"In the time of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom
that will never be destroyed, nor will it be left to another people.
It will crush all those kingdoms and bring them to an end, but it will
itself endure forever.
This is the meaning of the vision of the rock cut out of a mountain,
but not by human hands--a rock that broke the iron, the bronze, the
clay, the silver and the gold to pieces. "The great God has shown the
king what will take place in the future. The dream is true and its
interpretation is trustworthy."
And let's take a quick look a bit earlier at 2:35:
Then the iron, the clay, the bronze, the silver and the gold were all
broken to pieces and became like chaff on a threshing floor in the
summer. The wind swept them away without leaving a trace. But the rock
that struck the statue became a huge mountain and filled the whole
Let's also quote Revelation 20:6-7 just so we all know what we're talking about:
Blessed and holy are those who share in the first resurrection. The
second death has no power over them, but they will be priests of God
and of Christ and will reign with him for a thousand years.
When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his
Let's just highlight a few points outlined here. First of all, note that the kingdom in Daniel will endure forever. Now, strictly speaking, holding to Biblical literalism in all cases isn't necessary the most sure-fire method of evaluating theological bases, but Revelation 20:7 does specific that the end of the 1000 year reign is terminating by an event (the release of Satan) so it is perhaps unreasonable to consider the Millennium Kingdom (which terminates) as equivalent to the Daniel kingdom (which explicitly never terminates).
Is there any doctrine that supports this interpretation?
Is there any reasonable doctrine, internally consistent and grounded in Biblical evidence that supports this interpretation?
That is for you to decide.