Why Religious Liberty Cannot Prosper without Economic Liberty

The founders affirmed the public expression of religious faith and its importance to public morality while refusing to establish a national religion. Instead, they opted for widespread religious liberty, which meant that citizens could bring their religious convictions into the public square ...
One and Indivisible: The Relationship between Religious and Economic Freedom

One and Indivisible: The Relationship between Religious and Economic Freedom

In the twenty-first century, increasing persecution of religious believers across the world has brought renewed attention to the importance and foundations of genuine religious liberty. Too often, however, advocates of religious freedom fail to recognize the ways in which other aspects of freedom—including the rights to property and economic initiative—are ...