I am going to be frank with you, you’ll be hard pressed to find Christians dedicated to trying to reduce this problem. You’ll easily find Christians investing time, energy and money in attacking Muslims and Islam on and offline. Priorities?
Saudi Arabia, India and Indonesia (all countries which have been in English language press for opposition to Valentines Day) are amongst those that have the lowest rates of children born out of wedlock (1% or less).
Now compare that to the Britain where it was reported in 2013 that over 50% of all babies will be born out of wedlock in less than 5 years time. That’s the “Christian” country of Britain.
The countries with the highest rates of children born out of wedlock are historically and culturally Christian countries:
The highest rates of non-marital childbearing occur in Latin America (55–74 percent). The only other countries to share these high rates are South Africa (59 percent) and Sweden (55 percent). The range within Europe is huge: from 18 percent (Italy) to 55 percent (Sweden). Those in North America and Oceania are also high and rising, though New Zealand (47 percent) and the United States (41 percent) stand out, with more than four out of ten births outside of marriage in these two countries.
Notice which countries have the highest rates of children born out wedlock? “CHRISTIAN” countries!