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One and Indivisible: The Relationship between Religious and Economic Freedom

One and Indivisible: The Relationship between Religious and Economic Freedom
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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 intertwined with the freedom to act in accord with religious belief. In this wide-ranging volume, an interfaith, international group of prominent scholars and religious leaders explore the relationship between economic and religious liberty. A sound understanding of this relationship, rooted in the natural law and the truth about the human person, is indispensable if our future is to be characterized not by civil and religious strife but instead by peaceful religious practice and prosperous commerce among the diverse peoples of the world.

Additional Book Info

ISBN
978-1-942503-36-1
Page Count
168
Publisher
Acton Institute
Year Published
2016
SKU
2119
Kevin Schmiesing
(Editor)