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Are Catholics and Christians worshipping the Creator or are they deceived to worship Greek pagan god Zeus using tradition and the bible? This issue will be tackled in this article with preliminary question by invoking John 14:6, which provides that “6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Is the bible really telling the truth? No. It is because the Zeus-Dionysus-Jesus Christ connection is obvious in today’s worship and religious practices though the genitive Dios, more specifically, through the Filipino term ‘Diyos’, which originated from the influence of Spaniards, who brought the Roman Catholic beliefs to Filipinos.
Wikipedia (Etymology section) describes the Zeus-Dionysus connection through the ‘dio’ element in Dionysus, as follows:
“The dio- element has been associated since antiquity with Zeus (genitive Dios). The earliest attested form of the name is Mycenaean Greek 𐀇𐀺𐀝𐀰, di-wo-nu-so, written in Linear B syllabic script, (more…)