Does God really exist or is he just a reproduction from various mythological figures? The Christian God appears to have similarities with the Greek God Zeus, the Norse God Odin, the Roman God Jupiter, the Egyptian God Ra, the Native American Gods that come by many names, and there are also Sumerian Gods, Celtic Gods, Germanic, Hindu, and Asian Gods.
Will the real “God” please stand up!
The Christian God seems to be jealous, petty, angry, violent, unloving, and unforgiving; he causes devastation on whim, and yet he is made to seem moralistic and benevolent at the same time. Why the disparity? Christians believe that only God can provide morality, and that God is necessary to provide moral values and guidance to his human subjects.
Since “God” made man in his image, then it is logical to speculate that “God” also has all of the human tendencies of man and woman, just like the Mythological Gods.
Moreover, why call it Greek Mythology, and the Christian religion, well a religion? Read the rest of this entry »