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A coalition of followers of Jesus Christ who are concerned for the economic and cultural flourishing of America.

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Part 1:  “Contemporary global secularism is the recurring motif of the Tower of Babel – an attempt to solve the problems of sin, evil, suffering, division, and death through political and technical means.”      ~ Michael Matheson Miller

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We are concerned — writers, ministers, and leaders of ministries or nonprofits — devoting our time and resources to the cause of loving our neighbor by building a strong economy and culture.We are not funded by any political or activist organization that advocates for increased welfare dependency, socialism or open borders to the detriment of American workers and their families.

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CASE calls on religious and political leaders, both liberal and conservative, to recognize the moral imperative to care for the poor effectively, through programs that elevate them out of dependency on government and into vocations that fulfill their gifts and callings, to be wise and compassionate stewards of our common resources for the present generation and generations to come, and to promote a free and thriving economy in a culture committed to creativity, industry, thrift, family and life.