[Please READ EVERYTHING BELOW before answering, because it gets very interesting further down.]
God must know at least approximately, right? . Otherwise, how would he know that way over 50 percent are going to Hell...
13 Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. [Matthew, Chapter 7]
14 But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.
If God only knows only approximately but not exactly, is that basically similar to the insurance company knowing approximately how many people will die this year, but not exactly?
In other words: . Once God / Jesus observes that most people at the time of Jesus are going to Hell [the initial, small sample population], it must be pretty accurate to project that a similar percentage of people throughout all of history [the total population] are going to Hell.
Here's the interesting part:
God, being all powerful, could have "made up the Test" to create whatever percentage He preferred. God could have made the percentages any of the following:
A) 1 percent Heaven, 99 percent Hell [kinda like what the Bible says]
B) 20 percent Heaven, 80 percent Hell
C) 50 percent Heaven, 50 percent Hell
D) 80 percent Heaven, 20 percent Hell
E) 99 percent Heaven, 1 percent Hell
For His Own Reasons, God leaned toward Choice A.
Any ideas as to why?
Thanks for your answers. . P.S, I enjoy math, I think God does, too.