When did you cook this up? Earlier you just said you rejected the Bible in this area.
I know it's kind of a popular opinion among the netodox, but the whole "the church interprets the scripture" line does not mean "we are free to reject parts of the Bible we don't like as contradictory."
I would revise my statement and say that I reject the weight certain parts of the Bible are given, and certain interpretations of verses. I think Matthew 7:13-14 are a good example:
"13 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:
14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it."
These verses alone are ambiguous enough that they could be interpreted a number of ways. For example, when Jesus says "... broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction" what does destruction mean? Complete annihilation? A spiritual death where the self never completely disappears?
As I said before, I think these verses point more to an individual's condition based upon whether they align themselves with goodness, which is life, or evil, which is destruction. We can see everyday how evil choices result in a destructive life. I don't think these verses can be used to demonstrate the population statistics of heaven and hell.
I would also argue that if God knows from eternity that the result of his creation will be mostly death and suffering (assuming most people end up in Hell) then God has chosen to carry something out that is more costly than it is beneficial. Can we really call a creation that results in mostly death and suffering a good thing?