In light of the housing market crash, Greenspan said that his model for the world was flawed in front of a congressional inquiry.
It seems that now there is room for theology to be heard (or at least there were, a very brief period) — always saying that humans have a tendency towards self-collapse.
But also importantly, America seems to be in the midst of rethinking, or more likely, reconstructing a broken system into another broken system. To who and what should theology say? But also, how on earth do we get heard? I’m pretty sure economists don’t give a damn about what theologians say.