- Contrasting viewpoints on biblical theories
- One section of Homer's Odyssey finds a supposed later echo in Mark: "Odysseus arrived on the island of the Phaeacians naked and starving"; "Jesus arrived in Judea without money or a host." Homer's Illiad was supposedly recycled in Mark: "Zeus mourned ...
- Authors present contrasting viewpoints on biblical theories
- One section of Homer's “Odyssey” finds a supposed later echo in Mark: “Odysseus arrived on the island of the Phaeacians naked and starving”; “Jesus arrived in Judea without money or a host.” Homer's “Illiad” was supposedly recycled in Mark: “Zeus ...
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- The day Progonnaya heard this, he didn't bother anyone with factoids about the Phaeacians, no; he merely sipped his wine, sat a little taller, and when he thought no one was looking, smiled.
- Welcoming the stranger and the refugee
- This is the Phaeacians' country and city, and I am the daughter of valiant Alcinous, in whom the Phaeacians vest their majesty and power.' With this she called to her lovely maids: 'Stop, girls, why do you shun the sight of a man?
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