I could quote from the Revolution of Everyday Life all day but here's one that made everything click for me:
" God has been abolished but the pillars which supported him still rise towards an empty sky. "
We survive by the sweat of our brow(more of a protestant thing but anyway). Laziness is a sin, the unemployed should be ashamed, working hard is a virtue.
The GDP is merit, debt is sin, growth is virtuous deeds, austerity is absolution.
The economists are theologians, explaining to us the will of the markets.
God is everywhere, the God of money. This is what David Harvey means when he says we're all neoliberals. We live in economic fundamentalism. Our lives revolve around numbers.
Racism and sexism are universally condemned(albeit hypocritically) but the poor can be discriminated against universally.
Money is morality. Wealth is virtue, a sign of worth and merit, of intelligence. Poverty is shameful.
I could go on but you get my point.