Even though I had no right to be at all living as I was a grotty Loyalist council estate as a teenager and even as a little girl I was a terrible snob and one form this snobbery took was looking down on the "End Times" obsession of a lot of Evangelicals, sneering at such and believing it is foolish to be on the look out for signs of the end of this aeon is actually fairly common among Old Light Presbyterians, Confessional Lutherans and High Church Anglicans (who should never be confused with Anglo-Catholics). When I left my Belfast bubble by going to England one of the things that really staggered me was to find out that very many Catholics and Byzantine Orthodox were also obsessed with things related to the End Times. To be honest it is still something that I'm not entirely comfortable with even though my husband takes a keen interest in these things (if his colleagues at work knew about this I think it would deeply shock them). Catholics, Eastern Christians and the more intelligent Protestants all believe that the Antichrist will re-build the Temple in Jerusalem from which he will reign until for three years until Our Lord returns and destroys him. Therefore the Zionist capture of Jerusalem was and is for them an extremely important "Sign of the Times". To be honest Zionist control of Jerusalem along with Transhumanism make me wonder if we are living in the run-up to the Antichrist sometimes. Both my husband and the Russian student we know here are finding Trump's latest blunder deeply ominous (she actually finds it quite terrifying). Something though I have observed here is that bourgeois Irish Catholics whether "Conservative" or "Liberal" haven't the slightest interest in "End Times" speculation while as often grass roots small farming and working class ones can be gullible even to the wildest stuff put forward on this subject. Does that fit in with other people's experiences on this issue here?