THEOCRACY

THEOCRACY

theocracy (thee-ok-r[schwa]-see).

1. Government of a state by those who are believed to be or represent that they are acting under the immediate direction of God or some other divinity.

2. A state in which power is exercised by ecclesiastics.


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