A Assessment on the Gods in Homers and the God of the Hebrews

A Evaluation on the Gods in Homer's and the God of the Hebrews

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Bobby Tucker

Ms. Barrett

English 2205

30 October 2000

Word Count: 2900

Comparison and Comparison of the gods in Homer’s epics with the God of the Hebrews

There are many

similarities and variations between your Greek gods and the Hebrew

God. These similarities and distinctions are revealed in the type

and operation of the gods. The revelation of similarities and

differences can be seen in man’s romance to his god or

gods. Homer was instrumental in documenting the oral traditions of

the Greek gods in his poetry. Moses, the Hebrew leader, is attributed

with documenting what he witnessed from God in the Torah. The Greek

and Hebrew belief devices were founded for the uses of

explaining the community we reside in, the phenomenon in aspect, and the

existence and reason for man. The Greeks had been polytheistic and had

more gods than they could probably match. In contrast the

Hebrews had only 1 God. No matter, the Greeks and Hebrews shared

the same desire and that was to locate answers to problems about

existence and the goal of life.

The character and operation of the Greek gods change from god to god. Zeus was the chief of the Greek gods and regarded the most effective. This may be a bit misleading because despite the fact that he held the highest

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