Reviews by Jason Bybee
On 3/26 Jason Bybee wrote: In Popes & Bankers, Jack Cashill aims for a cultural history of credit and debt. Mission accomplished. While the subject material could very easily lead to a dull, dry read, Cashill isn’t trying to write an economics textbook. Rather, he offers a fact-filled chronicle of our attitude toward ... Popes & Bankers
On 3/8 Jason Bybee wrote: Who am I? In The Vertical Self, Mark Sayers contends that we are experiencing a cultural shift unprecedented in human history. For millennia, humanity has been understood vertically; that is, in light of the revelation that every man, woman, and child bears the image of the God (Genesis 1.26-27). Now, ... Who Am I?