"Imagine there's no heaven. It's easy, if you try... No hell below us. Above us, only sky."
"Hello, nei haau?"
"Oh, you speak English. So good! *shows whitest teeth*"
Yeah, yeah. So, what's this about?
"Well, first, let me ask you a question."
"Do you believe in God?"
Well, it's not that I don't believe in God, it's just that I haven't been convinced yet.
"Well, firstly, God is real. God is.... "
*shows me the cover titled "Jesus Christ and the Latter-day Saints.*
"Have you come across this before?"
Yeah, I actually read about 1/3 of it. Well, up until Jews were being depicted as "Monsters." That's when I got bored. Anyways, listen, I gotta run. See you around. Keep doing the good work.
Ancient Greek Religion - Greek mythology - is probably the most fun religious book to read. We think the world isn't related with it anymore, but it actually is. First month 'January' for example, comes from the Greek god, Janus, who's related with time.
We're most acquainted with stories of Hercules, Zeus, Medusa, and Pandora, (recently, Perseus), but there are other stories of Gods, half-Gods, that are more interesting. Apollo is my favorite.
And, at the end of it, to think that at one point people worshiped them.