It must have been tough to be an ancient Greek—especially if you were religious. Not only did you have to sacrifice to a number of different gods, but you never knew for sure what these gods were going to do.
Unlike Yahweh, the God of Israel, Zeus and his companions were a fickle lot. They could just as easily strike you down with the plague as...
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