Friday, December 15th, 2017  |  7:23 PM

A Conservative Newspaper Promoting,
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

Subscribe Now: Get your own copy of The US Journal

Ancient Greek Art Cannot Be Understood Unless the Bible is Believed

Written By: Robert Bowie Johnson  |  Posted: Monday, April 17th, 2017

"The Greek tradition insists that Zeus and Hera were the first human couple; the Judeo-Christian tradition insists Adam and Eve were the first couple. Both traditions insist that their respective first couples came from an ancient paradise with a serpent-entwined fruit tree. Thus, two opposite spiritual standpoints share the same factual basis.

Greek artists went into much more detail than this about their religion. They depicted Cain and Seth as Hephaistos and Ares, Noah and Ham as Nereus and Chiron, and Naamah (Genesis 4:22) and Cush as Athena and Hermes. Their unique depiction of the Flood matched the Genesis account in detail. Their religious temple and vase art boasted of the triumph of the way of Cain over Noah and his God-fearing offspring after the Flood.

Sign into your account to read the rest of this article. »

Share this on Twitter  |  Share this on Facebook  |  Email to a friend.  |  Contact the editor.

What are your thoughts?

Want to read more of this article?

You must be a subscriber to read entire articles.

Gain 24/7 access to all the content on this website by becoming a subscriber.
Choose your subscription plan and get full access in minutes. Subscribe now. »

If you are already a subscriber, sign in now to read more full articles.

More Religion News

3 Evidences That Confirm the Bible Is Not Made Up by

A Biblical Account of Weapons and Self Defense

Bible Proverbs give Trump a Winning Strategy

The Sinners Christ Jesus Came to Save

Should Principled People Vote for Trump?

Drunkard or Religious: Which Is More Dangerous?

Here's What God Really Has To Say About 'Gender'

Whips and Chains and Biscuits

Boys, Girls, and Who's Making the Rules

The Sins of America

Words from our sponsors