Christian Anti-Defamation Commission

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The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission (CADC) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) grassroots education corporation dedicated to defending Christ, Christians, and the faith by proclaiming Truth in the public square. Their mission is to champion Christian religious liberty, domestically and internationally, and become a first line of response to anti-Christian defamation, bigotry, and discrimination. The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission creates a “rapid response” team and public relations campaigns to answer the egregious injustice and double standards used against Christians. They respond in the media to attacks by any individual person or groups of persons, institutions, or nations that defame Christianity. The organization was founded and incorporated in 1999 by William Hollis, J.D., Ph.D. In 2007, Rev. Dr. Gary Cass became Chairman and CEO. The group is visible in the culture war and is monitored by Right Wing Watch and the Southern Poverty Law Center, organizations clearly aligned against Christians. Every year the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission announces the top 10 anti-Christian events.

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