1 Timothy 4:1-3:
Amplified Bible (AMP)
4 But the [Holy] Spirit distinctly and expressly declares that in latter times some will turn away from the faith, giving attention to deluding and seducing spirits and doctrines that demons teach,
2 Through the hypocrisy and pretensions of liars whose consciences are seared (cauterized),
3 Who forbid people to marry and [teach them] to abstain from [certain kinds of] foods which God created to be received with thanksgiving by those who believe and have [an increasingly clear] knowledge of the truth.
The question is simple. Are we still living in the great apostasy? This matches quite a few doctrines quite closely.
"Framing" is requested - more explanation of the question given:
The scriptures explained that a great apostasy would occur after the death of the apostles. The apostles acted as a restraint to this (2 Thes 2:6,7).
The apostles of been dead for thousands of years, and christianity has fragmented from one denomination "falling" away from another.
The question thus remains: Are we still living in the apostasy? That is, is there any reason to think it is in any way over?
If christianity.stackexchange can't answer this, then this whole site is just idle chatter of opinion.
This question was strong-armed into being closed because it was too "open ended" and it was requested that this be answered to the bias of a specific denomination, though a factionally based answer goes against the point of the question. Please reference this scripture: 1 Corinthians 1:10