“As a history of modern neoclassical economic theory, [Nelson’s book] is exemplary. An exceedingly well-written book.”
—Journal of Economic Issues
“Nelson provides a huge service to students of religion in his attempts to place economics . . . in conversation with theology.”
“Nelson has wide experience applying economics to public policy.”
—Science and Theology News
“Deeply enriching and fascinating book.”
—Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General of Canada
“Nelson's book is a challenge to economists to see their field anew.”
—Eileen Ciesla, American Enterprise
We cannot forget that Marx was also an economist and his theory was (and is) as (or more, probably) religious than any other. His Labour Theory of Value is nothing but myth. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bruno Motta de Vasconcellos
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The title is not so provocative today. You only have to turn on your TV set anytime of the day and there are programs galore on covering the markets and investing. Read morePublished on July 25, 2010 by T. Kepler
This is an excellent book by a professional economist who makes the case that modern neo-classical economics is highly ideological or religious in content as opposed to being... Read morePublished on February 21, 2009 by Jon Thomas