As Bowyer puts it,
The idea of providential abundance was extremely important to the defense of the market order. God made a world which is fit for us, and He made us fit for the world. Resources are abundant and responsive to our touch. To use a modern analogy, commerce and technology work so well because we run on the same software, the mind of God. Man and nature are, therefore, compatible because we have the same designer.
Similarly, economic laws are not merely ephemeral behavior patters that could change on a whim. They are social regularities that necessarily derive from our nature as rational actors, a nature put in place when God made us. Economic laws, therefore, are part of the created order. Not only should we have confidence in such law, we seek to violate it at our peril. Our economic experience since 2006 testifies to that.