Some among modern people regard the book of Genesis as a “myth,” but what if evidence exists for the creation story beyond the Bible? . . .
In the new book “Genesis Characters and Events in Ancient Greek Art,” Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr., outlines the plethora of evidence in Greek art that backs the Genesis story.
According to Johnson, “Ancient Greek religious art boasts of the triumph of the way of Cain over Noah and his God-fearing offspring after the flood, telling the same story as the early chapters of the book of Genesis.”
“The Greeks remembered the original paradise calling it the Garden of the Hesperides, always depicting it with a serpent-entwined apple tree. The book of Genesis doesn’t say what kind of fruit it was: It’s from the Greek tradition we get the idea that Eve ate an apple,” Johnson continues.
The evidence for Johnson’s claims are vast: numerous works of art and Greek legends mirror the account found in Genesis. (Read more from “Evidence of Biblical Creation From Surprising Source” HERE)