Is China’s One Child Policy Fueling Child Trafficking?

According to a recent Breakpoint Commentary by Eric Metaxas, the answer is yes. One father in China was spotted with his daughter handcuffed to himself due to the threat.

An astonishing 70,000 children are kidnapped by gangs every year in China—70,000.

This horrific number is fueled by a lack of children available for adoption by parents who cannot have their own children, men in need of brides in a country with a low female population, and those who intend to use children for forced labor or sex.

China’s worldview and policy has created a market for child trafficking. What kind of environment is our worldview creating?


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