That's the same conclusion I've come to as well. Not for me, and let the "consequences" follow. This life or the next.mom3 wrote:Polygamy doesn't get my because, sometime ago I decided, probably without realizing it, I am not participating. If that gets me a lower kingdom so be it.
The concept of a "lower" kingdom and "highest" level of a particular kingdom is also up for debate as far as I'm concerned. I think I'll focus more on humanity becoming one in Christ and ditch the whole higher and lower subdividing - those labels seem to perpetuate human constructs of us and them, castes, positions from which one can look down on others, etc. If I make it to heaven am I really going to be that concerned that someone else made it "higher" than me? I'm in heaven, right? Would I look down on someone "lower" than me... or would I continue to have hopes and dreams of everyone being equal?