> just because the robot can help raise a child doesn't change the fact that if the robot is your wife and you cannot have sex outside of with your wife, then you cannot reproduce.
First of all, this wouldn't apply to me since I'm not religious. That aside, you didn't even understand the argument.
>Unless you got a surrogate mother
Or you do understand, yes this is what I was referring to.
> I'm not sure how God feels about surrogate mothers
> Not sure how God would respond.
Sounds like it's not forbidden, and if it isn't then it isn't. "Feels" don't matter.
>polygamy does not seem to be directly prohibited in the Bible, but most Christians are not for it and it is illegal widely so for a reason.
Well, then it certainly isn't a problem with gynoids. Also, you are switching from "follow the Bible" to "protect women" and "protect society". Theoretical ideas of how things should be are also not relevant. People have to adapt to reality.
The chances of changing society without using robowaifus is around zero and using surrogacy would work for developed countries and the other ones have a huge surplus of people anyways.