No, have not thought about it. It would seem preposterous in the context of the other biblical ramblings; wherein, the Jesus fellow is always speaking about his heavenly father and extolling His (H.F.'s) virtues. The anitchrist would not be doing that. (unless they were about to burst into dancing flames).
Have you considered the possibility that Jesus was actually a female.
In the OP I asked about 'Jesus as taught by organized religion', not Jesus as taught in the Bible. Those are two very different things.
First off, his name was not 'Jesus' nor anything that sounded like that. Greek does not even have the letter 'J' or any hard 'J' equivalent. I’m not sure of the exact pronunciation myself but his name was Yeshua.
From experience, I could easily believe the Antichrist was/is a woman but I try not to let those destroy my objectivity. The evidence points elsewhere.
Are you familiar with alphabetic numbers? They exist for Greek letters and were in use at the time of Christ, similar to Roman numerals. The number of the Antichrist was said to be the number of a man, and that number was six hundred sixty and six, according to the book. If you work the number back to its Greek alphabetic equivalent, the result is interesting.