Reviews of A Christian Approach to Corporate Religious Liberty

Two reviews of my book are now available online. My sincere thanks to the reviewers for their time and thoughtful engagement with the text. You can download the reviews through the links below.


‘A notable contribution of the book is its attentiveness to the “anatomy of group agency” … Instead of pitting the rights of individuals against groups, David argues that “the inherent moral value of … group actions should be the focus of corporate religious liberty”. This new focus avoids overemphasizing individual rights, and it avoids ontologically incoherent abstractions such as corporate moral personhood’.

Journal of Markets & Morality (open access)
Garrett Potts, Department of Religious Studies, University of South Florida

Weston Library, University of Oxford. Photo by Lina Kivaka on Pexels.com

‘A commitment to religious freedom entails a corollary commitment to protecting the coordinated religious actions of citizens, whether coordinated in a church or in a business. David offers not only a worthy justification of the recognition of these corporate rights, but a philosophical approach that can aid policy-makers in navigating … when and how to so recognize exemptions from secular law’.

New Blackfriars (subscription required)
Pius Pietrzyk OP, Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception, Washington DC


A Christian Approach to Corporate Religious Liberty is available in ebook, softcover, and hardcover formats from Palgrave Macmillan.

Published by Edward A. David

Responsible business. Law and religion. Ethics in public life.

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