That being said, however, we do well to look at the TYPE of assaults on God coming from our nation and the first world.
(There was news yesterday that Chinese scientists have found a way to "scrub" human dna in an embryo of "imperfections"...and some scientists around the world have admitted to blending human embryos with animal DNA)
I submit that you will not find MORE theologically revealing chapters of Scripture than the first three chapters of Genesis.
Let's look, broadly, at what God does, and the order that God does it:
1) "Let us make man in our (the Trinity's) image and likeness" (Genesis 1:26)
2) "Created male and female" (Genesis 1:27)
3) Establishment of marriage (Genesis 2:24: That is why a man leaves his father and mother and clings to his wife, and the two of them become one body.)
These three things, established in the very beginning of Genesis, in a particular order, are the most foundational aspects of humanity. God doesn't do things out of order.
If you are going to try to attack God's creation because you can't actually attack God Himself, you would work to peal off the layers of God's work.
And throughout the history of humanity, outer layers of God's creation have been assaulted. His Church has been persecuted, people have abused the poor, slaughtered millions through war, etc.
These last three layers, mentioned above, have not been attacked, EVER, until the past 2-3 years
Voltaire, who certainly played the part of antichrist quite expertly, whilst celebrating his black Mass of mockery in the Cathedral of Notre Dame at the height of the French Revolution whilst people were being murdered by the thousands each day...Voltaire would have never imagined
1) that two men could marry one another
2) that men, if they believed it emphatically enough, might be women
3) that it might be possible to go in and alter human dna in a human embryo such that a human being would then be made in OUR image and likeness
That all three of these most fundamental truths have been assaulted and violated within the last three years in the United States and in the first world cause me to believe that although we will never know "the day nor the hour" that the world will come to its rapid and immediate conclusion, we might be able to take a pretty good guess at the month or at least the year