Among people of faith, who wants to live the longest? Black Protestants and Hispanic Catholics are the most likely to say living to age 120 or more could be a good thing, according to a new Pew Research Center study. From Religion News Service:
Noah’s grandfather Methuselah lived to the ripe old age of 969 and Moses reached 120, but most Americans would be happy to make it into their 90s, according to a new study.
Black Protestants and Hispanic Catholics are the most likely religious groups to say “radical life extension” — living to age 120 or more — would be good for society, according to a new Pew Research Center study, “Living to 120 and Beyond,” released Tuesday (Aug. 6). …
Researchers found that four in 10 Americans, including 54 percent of black Protestants and 44 percent of Hispanic Catholics, say radical life extension would be “good for society.” Among religious groups, white Catholics showed the least support, at 31 percent.
Read more here. What do you think? Do you personally want to delay seeing God face to face up to or beyond the earthly age of 120?