That clearly applies to this situation and so as followers of Jesus we can't find a way to excuse this sort of atrocity.
Some comments on the book:
- The authors are passionate about their cause and present, through a series of anecdotes and statistics, a strong case for joining the cause against such trafficking.
- Printed on glossy pages with creative graphics and compelling photos (not graphic at all), the book is a quality publishing project.
- Although this book isn't written from a Christian point of view, neither does it denigrate churches but sees them as allies.
- Sadly, because it is not from a Christian point of view, its points of actions do not include any sort of prayer or trust in God. The assumption is that we alone must make a difference.
- And, the assumption is that the solution lies in the direction of new laws and state-sponsored initiatives. If we can raise awareness, the suggestion goes, then the state will rise up to wipe out the traffickers.
I would recommend this book as an bold and insightful look at the problem of humans sinning against weaker humans. The problem cannot be ignored and it is hideous.
But I would suggest some of the answers can be found in putting God's Word into action. We can pray and we can act as agents of God's generosity. This issue is a huge one but not overwhelming to those who live in the shadow of God's grace.