Myths rock. I still have the books my mom had when she was a child - the Junior Classics. The volumes on mythology and fairy tales show the most wear. In fifth grade, I sailed through a unit on greek mythology, and for extra credit made a chart of the Greek and Roman names for the same gods. When I was a teen, I preferred the soap opera lives of the Greco/Roman gods over the TV soaps, LOL! The Native American legends of our local landmarks are the most fun. I cried at a teaching tale a Native American told about caring for the elderly. None of this hindered my Christian walk. In fact, for the missionary-minded, myths are an incredible resource for insights into the values of a culture.
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