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You said Jesus overturned the moneychangers tables...

...because he didn't understand the free market and the moneychangers at the temple constituted the free market in exchange at the time.

That statement is FALSE.

The moneychangers were at the temple to help people get (right or wrong) what they needed to enter the temple.

In other words, you believed that a temple-based economy was a correct model for a free market exchange.

Which, naturally is absurd. Therefore, Jesus acted consistently with his belief and teaching that it was improper to make a profit on people's access to the temple.

Further, no temple, no money exchangers at the temple for Jesus to turn over their tables. In other words, your premise in the first place was false. In the second, your assessment of Jesus' understanding of the market was false.