What gets me about all such discussion is the lack of humility of those who put forward such absurd suggestions. They do not realise that they are where they are in life, or that they have what they have, only through the operation of a power greater than their own. To take upon oneself the power to decide who shall have children and who shall not is to take upon oneself the power of God; it is swimming into very deep waters, from which the only escape may be repentance.
If it is God’s will that there will be an adult underclass, there will be an adult underclass. If it God’s will that those who govern are godless, and seek human rather than divine solutions, it will be so. These choices are His to make, not ours; and by inserting ourselves into His processes by interfering in the processes by which life comes into the world, we mock him and invite His vengeance.
And I suppose that if it’s God’s will that people die of horrible diseases, then that’s just God’s will and we shouldn’t do anything about it — no hospitals, no medicines, no medical research, etc. The sick people will just have to suffer, because hey that’s God’s will, and God’s in a bad mood today and wants to watch people suffer, ain’t that right Martin?