The Death Of Greek And Roman Mythology Essay examples

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Men and women both were committing unnatural acts by offering themselves up as strange flesh to entities not of human flesh. Both men as well as woman were lying with angels (angelic men). The “due penalty” clause is quite a mystery without this understanding. What would this due penalty be that these people would be receiving in their persons? This word, persons, is a reference to their own bodies. They are receiving demons into their own flesh. The initial stage is probably some kind of spiritual possession, leading to all sorts of abominable sexual acts and eventually to grotesque, inhuman offspring; giants (Nephilim). Can you even begin to imagine the pain of childbirth?
Many say that the gods of Greek and Roman mythology find their origin to the days of Noah — and I would argue — the time of the Canaanites some 3500 plus years ago. In these stories, we find all sorts of beings that are part human and part divine (gods). Is it just one more coincidence that the Bible teaches that the Antichrist will head up a ten-nation kingdom made up from the old Roman Empire? That the Antichrist himself will eventually become part human and part angel when Satan comes into him? That unregenerate people during the tribulation will long for death and it escapes them? Is it also a coincidence that Donald Trump’s penthouse is full of images and sculptures of Greek/Roman gods?
Romans 1:28-32 says, “And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God any longer, God gave them over to a…

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