Not what you expected?


But seriously.  If 107 boys are born for every 100 girls, and given infant mortality and other factors, there will be more men than women in the hereafter.  Which means that rather than those who are not married in this life looking forward to some sort of eternal polygamy, they are looking forward to eternal polyandry if everyone is married in the end.

In some countries the gap is wider.

There are other implications from other theological positions.


So, take a moment.  Think about a theological position you’ve held.  What implications does it really have (rather than what implications have you thought it had)?

Let me know what you think of eternal polyandry and other things.  How would the fans of polygamy react to a deeper consideration of the numbers?  What about other doctrines that have not been examined?