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Concepts of the church and the polis within divine and circular perspectives are interwoven frameworks of unity-growth but through separatist pathways. History brings the two as very close associates towards a divine goal in relationship to the development and transformation of the human being from a prehistoric condemnation predicament into a redemptive new world, ‘lost but to be found again’. Political philosophies duly deny the Unitarian agenda of both institutions while extremist religious theology forbids the missionary similitude between both establishments. Seemingly, if such stands are kept, both of them have thus ignored purpose and direction in their positions of responsibility.

If political philosophy minimizes the existence of a ‘Beginning’ and an ‘End’, while religious theology acknowledges both, but at the same time, refuses to merge its path with that of its counterpart’s, a pertinent question is raised thus:

How come both face a similar problem and are fighting the same battle?

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