I believe the Lutheran countries will usher in the Antichrist. I don't believe Catholics will as even they are ignorant of the truth (I don't say this to condone Catholics, mind you, as I've said that Catholics are wrong in doctrine), and God punishes those who know the truth and sin still. Do the Lutheran countries not have the truth already. Plus you got Denmark, which refused to give Greenland independence (but I believe that's just prophecy, as the Antichrist will be hungry to steal for his followers. Denmark is descended from Dan, the tribe from which the antichrist will be born out of. We've seen many antichrist-like figures before -- Lester Maddox, the Black Legions of the Klan, the Danish and Lowland Scottish absolute monarchs. But this will be the ultimate one. Believe it's gonna happen. Plus the Nordic love for Israel's wickedness.
How will the Antichrist, the person against Christ (per the definition) enter through that land through the Word of God? Where does this come from? Also, if you don't believe in God two things: 1. Don't make an argument for or against anything related to this, as that is a waste of everybody's time and 2. You are in my prayers.
Since the book of Daniel implies that he'll come from the Mesopotamian region. And that region isn't really known to be very Christian, much less Lutheran.
And more because the boogeyman known as the anti-christ doesn't exist and never will. The story of fire and brimstone telling us all to believe "or else" is a tried and true tactic for recruiting followers through fear.
People use this tactic for all sorts of reasons, religion just happens to lay it on pretty thick towards the end of their respective books.
The evidence for your Bronze Age mythology is the same as that supporting the existence of Jormundr, Angra Mainyu, and C'thulu. That is to say, nonexistent. So to make any certain claim that this people or that will bring about the antichrist is just plain preposterous.
Also, it implies that you'd think it was a bad thing. Isn't the appearance of the antichrist the precursor to armageddon, and the final victory of god over evil? Isn't that something you faith-heads look forward to? I mean, I personally think pining for the end of the world is morally and ethically disgusting, but that's the beauty of religious faith: It makes otherwise intelligent and decent people believe, say and do things that any modern civilized person living in a 21st century secular society would find repulsive.
No because there is nothing to suggest he is real, so if he is not why would Lucifer? Who is to say Lucifer is even bad? He might be good compared to God, we do not know. The concept of anyone doing the Good Lucifer is said to do is irrational thought and just people afraid to leave the bronze age.