The Greeks (and Romans, allthough they were no great thinkers) did not agree with creation did they?

Yet that never was a subject, as far as is documented in the Bible.
According to the science and popular opinion God had not created the earth in 6 days, then either. It was something about chronos and chaos, atoms and what not.

But the discussion ended up about the morals of the christians and how they upset the order. Perhaps you are too well adjusted?

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Comment by Lou Hamby on October 31, 2014 at 9:39am

Carl the way you have outlined your comment it is hard to respond to it?  The Greeks and Romans were actually great thinkers and some of our greatest inventions and even ideas came from both?

So its not clear to me what you are saying about creation? They certainly had their own creation narrative and beliefs? But they were also gentiles, and non believers?

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