You, and your damn conspiracy theories.. What are the chances that the 7 year rule of the antichrist is in our lifetime? Why would there be clues as to when and where the antichrist is arriving? It is quite evident in the bible that your god wishes this to happen when no one is thinking about it.. its supposed to be a surprise.. and he obviously wants you to suffer for 7 years, as he doesn't send his son until after the antichrist's reign.. Seems to me that your god enjoys drama.. he likes to give up control of this planet to the antichrist so that he can stage a dramatic come back victory! You know what? I'm the antichrist.. I didn't want to tell you, but seeing as your so hot on my tail, I'm just going to tell you.. hopefully this puts an end to all your lame antichrist conspiracies.
Given that Josh seems to have abandoned this thread, I'm not sure he'll ever see this one, but...
The (presumed) seven-year reign of the Antichrist is a time of tribulation and destruction. The evidence I've seen in the scriptures indicates that those who believe on the Lord Jesus Christ will not be caught up in it the way the rest of the world will. Some people think that all believers will be miraculously protected during that time, others hold that all believers will be removed from the earth before that happens. (This event is the one usually referred to by the term 'Rapture'.) And then there are many people who, like Josh, believe that this is all a bunch of hogwash to begin with.
The basic point I'm trying to make, though, is that those who believe will not need to fear what's going to happen during the time of destruction described. According to the scriptures, it is those who do not believe who are sentenced to the final end listed therein.
This is why believers are called to witness to others, to proclaim what we know. Whether the destructive end be here on earth in the tribulation, or it comes before then and presents itself as eternal suffering in hell and the lake of fire, we are called to warn others of it. We can't make them change, but if we don't even try to warn them, we're guilty of their destruction.
One final analogy. You're walking along, you've got your headphones on and are listening to some music. I look over at you, and I notice something that you can't see, you can't hear, but will kill you. (Truck with failed brakes coming at you from behind, for example.) Which would you prefer that I do? Leave you to suffer, or try to get you out of harm's way?
Think about it.