Wrath of a Goddess Scorned
Let me set something right. When God created (that's why humans are special.God created us Himself while for everything else His word was enough) human at first,human had no flaws.When human wanted to be god-like himself on his own,leaving away from God and his love,he brought the Fall upon himself.Then humans were embarrassed for their nudity and evil came into their life-along with decay.
Now,the Olympians (and pretty much every deity or semi-deity) in Greek mythology while being gods,were also given human traits and flaws.Iliad,where some of the gods take active part in the Trojan War and/or Odyssey,where Poseidon pursues and torments Odysseus for commiting hubris (insult to gods),are good examples if you've read them.
God created us Himself while for everything else His word was enough) human at first,human had no flaws.When human wanted to be god-like himself on his own,leaving away from God and his love,he brought the Fall upon himself
the part in the bold is prove that humans were always flawed...if humans were not flawed inherently, why would they stray away from god in the first place?
The big problem is that she/he says "As opposed to the latter where mankind is created in the image of God and is thus inherently flawed." This doesn't make much sense. Human's aren't flawed because they are made in God's image. You can go over the whole nature vs nurture debate, and John Locke's Tabula Rasa arguments, but none of them found their beliefs in humanity's penchant to perform evil deeds as laying at the feet of being formed in God's own image.
As for the Greek God's. I suppose you could say they were hyper-personalities of humanity, but that's not really the case either. They were more like explanations of why things happened, and in some cases the things, ie war, were very human in characteristic.
Anyway, stepping off the soap box. I'm digging Wonder Woman, and stuff. Oh, and it was issue #4 that happened in, not #3.
@cloudzackvincent:They used the freedom God gave us the wrong way,they were tricked by the devil,that's why.If God wanted us to,we'd all be good (not evil in the slightest way) from the moment we came into this world.But God wants us to love Him and return to Him with our free will.
I just skimmed through this, but I really have to comment on this.
I did not enjoy how this turned out at all. I always thought that Hera hating the bast*rds that her husband has fathered are an extremely horrible plotline from the beginning. I think its so stupid, I can't even describe it in words. >__>
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