From the Neolithic Revolution (the period in which Hunter-Gatherer proto-societies began domesticating crops and livestock) leading all the way to the present, the political, theological, andeconomic spheres of life have almost always been inseparably entwined with one another. This has proved at times to be incredibly helpful for those who control land and resources, while simultaneously being the cause of great pain and oppression for marginalized communities.
What do you see as the current relationship between our religious, political, and economic leaders? What is different between the structuring of the Egyptian and Roman Empires, and our current political/religious/economic context here in the US?
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