Greek mythology is the body of myths and legends belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices. They were a part of religion in ancient Greece.
by Rabgix 2 years ago
There are an extreme number of Religions in this world, some dead and some alive. How can the followers of one religion be so sure they are correct?I post this here because I come from a Christian family and they're constantly telling me that "Christ is the way and the light" and...
by Rishad I Habib 8 years ago
Hello hubbers,Welcome to the second edition. This time I like to present more solid information (excluding the previous 42 with Horus) which portrays the parallels between Christianity & Paganism. Looking forward for your opinion...1. Golden Apples and the Forbidden fruit. The snake in the...
by Ashleign 5 years ago
Why is the word Echo used in the Bibe ESV if, Greek Mythology came after the bible?Why is the word "Echo" used in the New English Standard version if, Greek Mythology came after the bible?
by The Medicine Man 12 months ago
Why is Greek and Roman, Religion called mythology but Christian Mythology is called religion?
by jirel 6 years ago
Can God die?In Greek myths.I watched Wrath of the Titans.In the film Zeus dies.Does Greek mythology say that God can die?
by thelestro 8 years ago
The stories we are raised on parrallel times in which humans live. As the writer writes, their idea of the world takes shape and transforms in the reader's mind as a place with societal norms, deviations, spirituality, and the philosophical debate of existance. The foundation of culture is born,...
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