Yes, I spotted it first time around, but didn't listen to it. I was gonna come back to it later.
Having now listened to it, I am happy to report that I am in full agreement with him............except for one minor detail: his brief reference to a 'millennial reign' @ 5:47-5:50. Shame he spoiled an otherwise flawless presentation of the truth by even considering such an 'interregnum' as remotely necessary.
It isn't. It's a distraction; a delusion, and not just superfluous to all Scriptural requirements, but a studied insult to the Saviour Himself. The reasons for this must await another time, but I have touched on them briefly in other posts. For now, let it be simply noted that his failure to jettison this groundless doctrine flatly contradicts all his other statements, such as @ 0:47 - 0:52, 4:21 - 4:31, and 5:30 - 5:39, all of which correctly proclaim the Kingdom to be everlasting, and having no end, etc. How does that fit in with a Kingdom that is not only temporary, but also ends in a complete fiasco?
I'm certain that if he saw the inconsistencies in his own presentation, he would not hesitate to abandon such a belief in an instant. That is all that is required to maintain faithfulness to the inspired record. Once again, allow me to reiterate why this is the case. The final phase of God's Kingdom on Earth cannot be both the Kingdom that 'shall have no end' (Is. 9:7 and Luke 1:33) and yet another re-run of the present age that lasts only 1,000 years. The new heaven and new earth cannot be both a place wherein righteousness dwells (2 Pet. 3:13), and a place in which evil once again amasses its forces for yet another 'final' assault on the camp of the saints, as per Rev. 20:7-10.
It cannot be both a place where nothing shall hurt or destroy in all His holy mountain (Is. 11:9 and 65:25), where tears shall be wiped away from every face (Is. 25:8 and Rev.21:4), where they shall learn war no more (Is. 2:4), where the whole of creation has been freed from its bondage to corruption (Rom. 8:19-25), where death has been swallowed up in victory (1 Cor. 15:54-55), yet simultaneously a place where sin, death, decay, corruption, suppressed resentment and even hostility culminating in open rebellion are all still present. Such a 'kingdom' is completely alien to the tenor of all Biblical descriptions concerning the nature of the kingdom that follows the second advent. It is a Christological and soteriological nightmare that can find no support in a coherent overview of all that the Bible - and especially the NT - has to say on the subject.
No, the second advent either puts an end to all this nonsense (2 Thess.1:7-10 and 2 Peter 3:10), or it does nothing at all. It either calls time on the present age and ushers in eternity (Mt. 12:32; Lk 18:30; Heb. 6:5), or it's still very much 'business as usual', albeit in a slightly modified form. Either we look for a new heaven and a new earth (2 Peter 3:13), or we're happy to make do with the same old same old.
Beyond that one 'minor' slip-up, our YT friend is on the right track. He's about 90%+ there, and I'm fairly confident that it's only a matter of time before he realizes that continued adherence to an earthly kingdom is not only inconsistent with all his other statements, but untenable in the light of the plainest teaching of the Bible.