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(8th century B.C.)  A Greek poet and the author of the [[Iliad]] & [[Odyssey]].  He was also supposed to be blind.
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(8th century B.C.)  A Greek poet and the author of the [[Iliad]] & [[Odyssey]].  He was also supposedly  blind.
  
 
Homer embraced Judaism at a young age and was an avid reader of the prophesies leading up to the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Much of Homer's work praises the Jewish Yahweh directly.
 
Homer embraced Judaism at a young age and was an avid reader of the prophesies leading up to the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Much of Homer's work praises the Jewish Yahweh directly.

Revision as of 10:12, 21 March 2007

(8th century B.C.) A Greek poet and the author of the Iliad & Odyssey. He was also supposedly blind.

Homer embraced Judaism at a young age and was an avid reader of the prophesies leading up to the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Much of Homer's work praises the Jewish Yahweh directly.