Genesis Characters and Events in Ancient Greek Art

ISBN-10: 
1539103617

The hallmark of a healthy humanity is a genuine connection to the truth of our historical identity. History, simply put, is what happened. But how do we find our way to the origins of the human race thousands of years ago? We go back two and a half millennia to Greek artists who were closer to it, and whose marble sculptures and vase paintings bear a silent witness to the key characters and events described in the early chapters of the Book of Genesis, validating their reality. Here is some of what is revealed in this extraordinary book: *Zeus’ and Hera’s connection to the serpent-entwined apple tree. *Cain killing Abel depicted on the Parthenon. *Seth-men depicted as Centaurs who seize Cain-women as their wives. *The unique Greek depiction of Noah’s Flood. *The Cain-woman who survived the Flood as Ham’s wife. *The true landing site of Noah’s ark in the mountains of Ararat. *Naamah reconsecrates her grandson Nimrod to the way of Cain. *Nimrod/Herakles usurps the authority of Noah. *The Genesis serpent transfigured into Zeus. *The Altar of Zeus in Pergamum is the throne of Satan in the Book of Revelation. *The post-Flood Cainite onslaught against the line of Seth. *The true identity of the Amazons. For more information: www.genesisingreekart.com

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