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The Bible seems to allow polygamy. Why doesn't the church?
I've heard it (the Isaiah 4:1 interpretation) taught once (not from a pulpit, just in personal conversations with a bible scholar), but I don't believe it's a common belief held by any denomination. The post-rapture and post-armageddon scarcity of humans is well-founded scripturally, and taught by some churches - especially post-trib ones (IHOP-KC for example). Repopulating the earth afterward (by non-raptured saints) is also well-founded scripturally and well-accepted in some post-trib denominations. You are right that the Isaiah 4:1 is not well-accepted, as far as I know.