The Greek Myths - Chapter 2, Creation Myths Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Creation Myths Summary and Analysis

The Creation myths are well known in a number of religious traditions. These are part of the human approach to the question of gods. Today, physicists are among those who delve into the question of origins and who seek answers to how the universe what made, how life on planet Earth began, and finally, how human beings came about. These questions are faced by the Grecian religious traditions as well as the others. For pre-scientific people, or those who do not have the more ornate tools available to solve the riddle of origins, creation stories take the place of the physics of origins. They are clearly speculative in nature. While they tend to be a bit wild, they are nevertheless reasonable speculations within their limits. These myths have been subdivided by their type. These are listed in...

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