(mil·LEN·ni·AL·ism). The teaching that following the second coming of Jesus of Nazareth he will establish the Kingdom of God and rule on earth from Jerusalem for a 1,000 year period.
Seventeenth-century Puritan belief that Jesus Christ would return to Earth and inaugurate 1,000 years of peace and prosperity, as prophesied in the New Testament.
A Christian belief in the literal thousand-year period of peace and well-being in the end times associated with the reign of Christ and the binding of Satan, based on Revelation 20:1-5. Various Christian groups debate whether Christ's coming will inaugurate the thousand-year reign (premillennialists) or conclude it (postmillennialists; the first coming was the one that the New Testament recounts). Still other Christians do not take the thousand-year reign literally (amillennialists).
Derived from the Latin words mille, "a thousand," and annus, "a year" (Revelation 20), millennialism teaches that there will be a 1000-year, possible kingdom of God on earth. It is also called chiliasm from the Greek word chilia, "a thousand."
in its broad sense millennialism is an umbrella term used to cover a variety of beliefs concerning a future reign of Christ. In its narrow sense millennialism is synonymous with pre millennialism, the belief that Jesus will return to this earth to set up a visible, political kingdom and reign for 1,000 years.
This is an article on sociological Millennialism. You may be looking for the article on Christian Premillennialism.