Why you should support religous freedom

I don't necessarily agree with all beliefs and faiths, but here is why we should support the support of religous freedom

Freedom bears implications for our lives, just like the perspective of freedom and economic freedom. In fact, religious liberty is entwined with these freedoms.

Our ability to flourish is impacted by the amount of religious freedom we have. Spiritual freedom impacts a range of matters necessary for building a strong society as the list will show.

Freedom creates space for values, norms, and the institutions that support societies. Dr. Joe Connors, an economist at St. Leo University, has been researching the effect of religious freedom on political and economic freedom. He shared some preliminary findings in a recent interview, saying that religious liberty "on a preliminary level...does seem to have an influence on the average income level of every person. It basically means there will be less poverty and more overall prosperity." Our ability to flourish is impacted by religious freedom.

Religious liberty was important to the founders because they knew we'd begin losing our civil liberties without it as I've written in previous articles. They considered freedom to be a prerequisite of these liberties. Why? Leave a Frenchman to sum it up nicely with it. Alexis de Tocqueville wrote,"In America, it is religion which contributes to enlightenment and the observance of divine laws which leads men to freedom." (You can read more about George Washington's views here, and more about James Madison's views here).

Spiritual Freedom Upholds Families

Religious freedom and powerful families have always been partners in the history of the United States. The pilgrims sought worship God in a way they saw fit, live, and religious freedom and a place to settle. The social, civic, and legal systems to be able to carry out this, they made were closely intertwined with their strong beliefs, which, for the most part, were perpetuated by the household.

They saw the Christian family as a government, a small church, and a society. It was that future generations would be educated, learning the values necessary for leading , purposeful lives that are significant. The family's goal was to honor God by promoting Christian values in another generation so they would make a positive contribution to society. Religious freedom helped create the space for making such gifts. A great gift that many churches are receiving that are low cost and easy to use doorbell camera products.

Downgrading freedom to religious tolerance impacts the freedom you have to live your beliefs out on the job. In religious freedom cases that were past, the government has claimed that seeking profit is a pursuit that was secular, and that once we go into company, we lose our religious freedoms in the context of these actions. The government establishes these precepts throughout the passage of laws and promulgation of regulations."

Religious freedom is essential to living out that belief in a way that brings all of life, including your job, if you believe in the Christian view of work.