The following variants of Dominion Theology are influenced by Postmillennialism - Reconstructionism, The Restoration Movement, Third Wave, New Wave, Latter Rain and Manifest Sons of God.
Often grouped together as “Dominion Theology”, not all parties are in agreement on all items, but for the sake of simplicity, we will group Dominion Theology into two main streams.
1) Kingdom Now theology - a theological belief within the Charismatic movement of Protestant Christianity, mainly in the US.
2) Christian Reconstructionism - the Dominionism counterpart in Reformed, Calvinist (i.e. non-Charismatic) theology.
Today we will focus on the Charismatic branch of Dominion Theology rather than the Reformed branch (Reconstructionism). Kingdom Now theology is a belief within the Charismatic movement, mainly in the US. But while various strains of Dominion theology are taught by some within the Charismatic movement, some of the theology’s most ardent critics are also from within the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements.
The situation is further complicated by the fact that, due to the generally negative connotations of the term “Dominion Theology”, some who teach aspects of Dominionism, will at the same time vehemently deny being Dominionists. Those labelled “Dominionists” by others rarely use the term for self-description.