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Summer 2020
ISSN 0890-913X
Volume 35, Number 2

Religious Freedom and Private Enterprise

Art Carden, Samford University
Steven Castello, City on a Hill Church
Benjamin A. Priday, Texas A&M Univeristy
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TheJournalofPrivateEnterprise35(2),2020,4759ReligiousFreedomandPrivateEnterpriseArtCarden*SamfordUniversityStevenCastelloCityonaHillChurchBenjaminA.PridayTexasA&MUniversity______________________________________________________AbstractEconomicandreligiousfreedomoverlapinmarkets,wherepeoplecananddoactontheirdeeplyheldbeliefs.Thispaperconsidersthisoverlapandarguesthatrespectforreligiouslibertymeansrespectforeconomiclibertyandviceversa:marketsareimportantmaterialspaces,buttheyarealsoimportantmoralspacesinwhichpeoplesmostdeeplyheldbeliefsmanifestthemselves.Respectforautonomyrequiresrespectforeconomicandreligiousliberty.______________________________________________________JELCodes:B12,B53,N3,P1,P14,Z13Keywords:religiousliberty,freemarket,markets,HayekI.IntroductionHowdoreligiousandeconomicfreedomoverlap?Ina2006keynotespeechonfaithandpoliticsattheCalltoRenewalsBuildingaCovenantforaNewAmericaconference,then-IllinoissenatorBarackObamasaid:Secularistsarewrongwhentheyaskbelieverstoleavetheirreligionatthedoorbeforeenteringthepublicsquare...indeed,themajorityofGreatReformersinAmericanhistory...werenotonlymotivatedbyfaith,butrepeatedlyusedreligiouslanguagetoarguetheircause.Sotosaymenandwomenshouldnotinjecttheirpersonalmoralityintopublicpolicydebatesisa*WethankparticipantsatvariousmeetingsoftheAssociationofPrivateEnterpriseEducation,thePublicChoiceSociety,andthePhilosophy,Politics,andEconomicsSocietyforvaluablecommentsandfeedback.AnearlierversionofthispaperwassupportedbyagrantfromtheInstituteforFaith,Work,andEconomics.
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