I am not, in any way, proposing to question God’s ways. This is simply a practical question I’d like to get some thoughts on.
I gathered little data (and verified none) for this question, I am (admittedly) going on assumptions for the most part.
some questionable data:
There have been some 32 milllion abortions in the US since Roe V Wade. There were many more before that.
Virtually all married couples practice birth control (Catholics included).
There are 2.3 children per household.
Some questionable assumptions:
The average number of children per household of devout non-contracepting Catholics is much higher then the 2.3.
There would be milllions upon millions more people in the US if there were no abortions.
Safe to assume?:
Mathematically it would appear safe to assume that the number of people in the US alone (especially in a handful of future generations) would be many orders of magnitude greater then what it is because people practice ways against Gods will. I think if we were to run some numbers we would find that the number of people would far exceed the worlds natural resource abilities to maintain the population.
Humans have no natural enemy with the exceptin of other humans and quite obviously it is not Gods will for war to monitor population. (Of course it may very well be a considerable truth non-the-less).
I simply would like a pratical answer (if it so exists) to go along with my inner answer of , “God would take care of it”.