Merited Ridicule May Shame Them into Accepting Evidence in Greek Art for Genesis Events
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, August 21 /Standard Newswire/ -- Solving Light Books announced today the release of Robert Bowie Johnson Jr.'s new book, "Noah in Ancient Greek Art," featuring 27 ancient images of the Greek version of Noah. The book details Noah's role in Greek art as a known historical figure in relation to whom the artists were able to depict, and boast of, the rapid growth of their contrary spiritual outlook, exalting man, instead of God, as the measure of all things.
In his previous book, "The Parthenon Code: Mankind's History in Marble" (a 288-page hardback now translated into Greek and French), Mr. Johnson presents abundant evidence that ancient Greek art preserves a record of humanity's origins matching the Genesis account, but from an opposite viewpoint—that the serpent enlightened, rather than deluded, the first couple in paradise.
"In Greek art, we find detailed, consistent portrayals of the early Genesis themes including: the ancient garden, the serpent-entwined apple tree, the first family, Cain killing Abel, the Flood, and the successful rebellion against Noah after the Flood. Greek artists made the gods look just like people because that's who they were—our ancestors. Socrates himself referred to the gods as such," Mr. Johnson said.
The author devotes the final section of his new book to explaining why mainstream scientists, academics, and journalists remain oblivious to the true significance of Greek art. "Their ruling paradigm is Darwinism, a closed-minded, anti-Creator mindset which compels them to ignore or deny any evidence which tends to validate the Book of Genesis. Viewing Greek art as what it truly represents—human history—painfully contradicts their pompous evolutionist speculation. That's why they must blindly insist that ancient Greek vase-painters and sculptors spent their entire lives portraying nothing more than myths," Mr. Johnson stated.
To shock the Darwinists out of their denial of the overwhelming evidence in Greek art for the reality of Genesis events, the author urges Creationists to refer to evolutionists as what they imagine they are—"Slime-Snake-Monkey-People." Mr. Johnson, who holds a general science degree from West Point, also suggests that since Slime-Snake-Monkey-People insist they evolved over millions of years through a countless series of random mutations, Christians should also refer to them as "mutants."