12-3 Orpheus and the Heritage of Classical Myth

12-3 Orpheus and the Heritage of Classical Myth - b St Paul...

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I. The Death of Orpheus and the survival of Myth
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The power of myth His music did not work. His body was torn apart a.
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The death of Orpheus His music did not work. His body was torn apart b. II. Classical Myth and Christianity a. The paradox of the Colosseum
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Unformatted text preview: b. St. Paul: “We do not follow cleverly devised mths when we make known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus christ, but we had been eyewitnesses of his majesty” c. Pandora and Eve d. Allegory: Orpheus and Christ...
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