Then you can't distinguish the influence of the case in question as being either from the greeks or from the prophesy.
Maybe I should expound a bit:
We're talking about this coin:
And people saying that it's indicative of the harlot and the beast from Revelations.
I think that's stupid. Do you disagree?
I say that it was influenced by the greek myth about Europa and the bull, ya know, what with being a Euro and all.
You can't claim that Revelations was also influenced by greek mythology and then conclude that this is indicative of Revelations because you're not ruling out that this was just influenced by the greeks without anything at all coming from Revelations.
Edited by Catholic Scientist, : see ABE
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