Have we been in the last days for the last 2000 years??? Huh??? Something doesn't seem right about that. I think we can do better in providing some more realistic parameters to "these last days" (written in 68 A.D.) and "the last time". Come on, now, 2000 years just isn't believable. Those expressions denoted NEARNESS, not a vast, airy expanse of time covering however many thousands of years it takes to see Jesus seated on a big chair in Jerusalem. The Lord never said that would happen, by the way. The "throne of his glory" is where he said he would sit, and that's in heaven. I say the last days was 30-70 A.D., since "the end" was connected to the end of the Old Covenant, which happened in 70A.D. This view allows us to take all the imminency statements at face-value in their original context, as they should be interpreted.