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Organization Unification

Christian organizations will want to unite across the country.

Several small organizations can unite, and that unification will not only prepare them for a larger one but also make them more influential at that first step alone.


To better defend Christians from defamation and discrimination, make Christian voices heard in the public, and back political policies that protect Christian freedom of expression, various Christian organizations will want to unite across the country. This can happen in stages and doesn’t have to occur all at once. Several small organizations can unite, and that unification will not only prepare them for a larger one but also make them more influential at that first step alone. That group of organizations and others can then concatenate.


Each organization would primarily maintain independence while creating agreements that allowed them to operate as a whole without hindering their internal operations and goals. This network could act through massive petitions, large peaceful protests, and other means that are available to large networks. The unification of Christian organizations on a largescale would help the Christian voice to rise above what is often only a whisper in the public square.


This may seem like a formidable task, but Christians need to think of their brethren who are mistreated, the disappearance of Christianity from the public square, and the variety of strong influences trying to remove religious symbols from the public and make it hard for Christians to express themselves openly. The unification would only be to defend and promote Christianity for the purposes of equality, to keep Christians from being at a disadvantage in the public square. Christian organizations will want to reach across aisles to best realize this goal, which will include Protestant and Catholic organizations joining hands on a large scale.



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