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Greek Mythology Versus Christianity

Summary: Greek mythology and Christianity share many similarities in terms of beliefs, traditions, and myths. Both cultures address many of the mysteries of life and the ideas and values of the world with similar explanations, and both share the same ancient origins.
For many years, Greek mythology and Christianity have been compared due to the obvious similarities between both cultures and religions. Because both cultures have similar explanations for many of the mysteries of life, it is probable they both have roots in the same ancient traditions. The ancient Greeks and early Christians once tried to find a reasonable explanation for the evil in the world. Greeks believe a woman named Pandora opens a box and releases all evil into the world. Christians believe a woman named Eve releases evil after eating from a forbidden tree. Both cultures share the belief of a great flood which floods the entire world. In Greek mythology, Zeus orders a man named Deucalion to make a chest in which he and his family can survive the flood. According to Christian accounts, God also orders a man, Noah, to create a wooden ark...

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