When capitalism (in its modern crony form, since there has never been a free market) or communism (in its modern crony form, since there has never been equality between comrades) gets to 2000 years old, you MIGHT gain a point. Until then, your worship of modernism and utter lack of knowledge of history is blocking you from learning.
"Except you said their day job is hunter/gatherer. Their primary job is to hunt and gather. "
The average hunter/gatherer society works a 32 hour workweek. Plenty of time left over from that job for teaching the next generation.
"capitalists and communists can tell bed time stories too."
Yes they can. I never denied that economics can be a religion, only that it isn't a particularly successful one (due to extreme shortsightedness). When 2000 years old your religion is, maybe you'll have a point.
Wisdom is just how to apply knowledge. I don't know why you are scared of it.
From an evolutionary standpoint, correct wisdom reduces problems, incorrect wisdom increases problems. Cultures that increase problems, die out.
"And you do realize a lot of Christian sects don't let their priests or nuns marry and have kids, right?"
No problem with that as long as you don't use birth control or abortion. 10 child families feed vocations nicely.
Kings are never happy.