Is Zeus the actual ultimate God?
No Zeus is the ultimate god because other gods help him to be strong
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Zeus is the Ruler of the Olymian Gods. Zeus was known as the god of the skies. He is the son of Kronos (Cronos, Kronus, Cronus) and Rhea, two of the Titans. He is married to Hera, the Greek goddess of marrige.
This is a very good question! The Ultimate God is the one who is the source of everything that has existed and is existing and is about to come to existence. He is full of the six opulence namely beauty, wealth, fame, knowledge, power and renunciation. None can be equal or above him. He is the cau…se of all causes. Though he is the creator of material worlds and the rules of the nature he is aloof of them. His abode is in the transcendental world and he exists in every living being as a friend. He has many names, forms and innumerable incarnations, yet there is none in this world who knows him in full. And for the one who know of the Ultimate God for him there is nothing else left to be known. And this Ultimate God is the ultimate destination of every living being! ( Full Answer )
According to Greek mythology, Zeus is the King of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky and thunder. (Wikipedia) For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section…. ( Full Answer )
He is the king of the gods, and god of the sky. Zeus is the god of weather The sky..... the awesome m&m
In Greece Zeus is the King of Gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus, and the god of sky and thunder. His symbols are the thunderbolt, eagle, bull, and oak. Zeus married his elder sister Hera.
Zeus is the greek god of the other gods, and lightning. He is also God of the sky. Sky and thunder.
There's no God...I mean god...people believe in god because they didnt know about the elements and there wasn't enough science in the "ancient" times so people just imagined that some great man made all that happen like earthquakes happen because "he" was angry and they started believing in that per…son. That way, people started believing in a so called person "God" and they now worship "him" so "he" doesn't get angry... Well...if that's the case, why do we still have major earthquakes and cyclones? Why did Global Warming come into action when people all around the world are sacrificing all they have to "God" but "he" isn't stopping all of that. You still think god exists?. Answer Remember that Everything has a begin.... But only Allah (God) has no begin... so he cannot be created. He is eternal. We can ask, what was before the Earth, what was before the universe, what was before The Big Bang? and so we can ask what was before (anything that you want) and you will see that it has a begin (created at some moment). Some people ask "who created Allah (God)?", and when they do not get answer on this question they think god is created... answer on the question: if you can count.... then tell me what is coming under the zero (number 0)? simple, it is the -1, and under the -1 comes... -2, and so we can go on... because it has no end.... so under the zero the numbers have no End (do you know the last negative number?) and also above the zero (0), it goes from 1 to the 2 to No End... Conclusion: numbers have NO BEGINNING and NO END, just like Allah (God) . Something that has no beginning, cannot be created, because something created must have a begin. God always was , and will be always. look also at this links http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=RmzJgXQ2pgw&feature=related - kahlid Yasin - Doesn't it look strange? http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=aszXCD2dPeE&feature=related - Zakir Naik - Proof of God? http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=_MWPLCUhxuk&feature=related - Khalid Yasin is there a God? ( Full Answer )
he defeated the titans and had amazing powers beacause his parents were titans and he was born an immortal god. He just was born that way the way you were just born a human (or whatever u r)
Sort of, it was more like he was the head of a really dysfunctional family. The other gods would listen to him most of the time, but all of the Greek gods tend to work against one-another (some more than others).
Here's a list of information about the Olympians: Zeus: King. God of the sky. Fairly useless except for creating lots of half-gods and annoying his wife. Symbol and weapon is the lightning bolt. Hera: Zeus's wife--queen. Goddess of marriage, and therefore very testy because her husband is the …womanizer to beat all womanizers. Poseidon: Sea god. Also creates earthquakes. The creation of horses is attributed to him because the whitecaps on waves look similar to horses' manes. Hades: God of death; rules over the underworld where Greeks supposedly went when they died. Not technically an Olympian, because he has no throne on Mount Olympus, but still really important. Owns the helmet of darkness that can make him invisible, also master of cerberus the three headed dog. Demeter: Earth goddess. Created the seasons because her daughter, Persephone, was stolen away by the god Hades. Persephone spends half the year in the underworld, and therefore Demeter spends half the year despairing. Athena: Goddess of wisdom, strategic warfare and crafts. The owl is her bird and she's the patron goddess of Athens. Interesting fact: She was born by bursting, fully grown, and in full battle armor out of Zeus's head. Aphrodite: Goddess of love and beauty. Ironically, she did not marry for love. Her son is Eros--better known as Cupid. Hephaestus: Smith god. Aphrodite's husband. Lame due to an unfortunate childhood argument with his parents which resulted in his being thrown from Mount Olympus. Ares: God of war. Real angry guy and Aphrodite's illicit lover. Has a bunch of attendant small-time goddesses like Eris (discord.) Artemis: Goddess of the moon, the hunt, and for some reason, baby animals. One of Zeus's illegitimate children, born with a twin. Elected to live untethered by men--real symbol of girl power. Possesses silver arrows. Leads an immortal band of girls called the hunters of Artemis. Apollo: Artemis's twin. God of the sun, prophecy, music--a well-rounded sort of guy. He's the patron of the Oracle at Delphi, which was made in the area where he killed the dragon-like monster called Python. Possesses golden arrows. Because of a failed love affair with a nymph who turned herself into a laurel tree to escape him, the laurel wreath is his sign--and a sign of greatness. Hermes: God of travelers, thieves, etc.--a trickster. Messenger god. Illegitimate son of Zeus. As a baby he stole Apollo's herd of sheep, and then placated him by creating the lute and giving it to him. Owns a pair of winged sandals. Dionysus: God of wine and revelry. Yet another illegitimate son of Zeus. Was hidden away from the other gods for a while because...well, you know they say "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," and Hera'd been scorned near-constantly. He got a throne on Olympus because the other gods liked him so much that one of them gave up her throne for him. Hestia: Hearth goddess. Not active at all in mythology. The most significant thing about her that I've heard is that she gave her throne to Dionysus, to make 6 gods and 6 goddesses on Olympus. ( Full Answer )
Hi! I just read the Iliad by Homer, the Greek gods are real funny and cool in that book, you should read it! Well, Zeus is the god of thunder, hurricane's, tornado's and stuff like that, but he is also the head god, the top dog, the king of the gods.
Zeus was the greek god of the sky, lightning, thunder and just about anything to do with the sky. He was also the head of the greek gods and goddesses
good question because i know all about zues. when he was made as a god he had Hercules and pieces. he watched over them and sent favors to them so that's what he does for them. but he always busy talking and discussing to the others gods,people,etc.
zeus has no god. he is his own god as he is the god of all gods.
Zeus was the son of the titan cronos and was a god he was the god of the sky he also was the head god in the greek mythology
Zeus is the main god in Greek Mythology. He is god of the gods. Really. He's also the God of the sky.
there was no god of Zeus. Zeus is the king of the gods also the god of the sky lightning and eagles when the gods moved to rome he was renamed Jupiter because that's the biggest planet also Americas symbol is the eagle because just like Zeus America thinks they are better than every1 else
\nHe was the leader of the greek gods. The first three olympians, Zeus, Poseidon and Hades drew strings to find what they were the god of. Zeus "won" and got the sky, Poseidon got the sea and land, and hades got the underworld. Zeus also gave birth to most of the other gods, which means he does his …children... alot ( Full Answer )
Zeus caused bad to the people when he was in charge, making them do things for him they shouldn't have done. For more info visit the Related Link.
Yes, we hold that God exists. There are tens of proofs for God's existence. These have beenrecorded for centuries and are easy to look up. However, thissubject is ultimately one of personal belief, since our possessionof free-will mandates that it be possible to put forth arguments(fallacious or not…) against every one of the proofs. Here are a few: 1) Teleological Argument: The universe has definite design, order,and arrangement which cannot be sufficiently explained outside atheistic worldview. From the complexities of the human eye to theorder and arrangement of cosmology, the voice of God is heard.God's existence is the best explanation for such design. God is thedesigner. 2) Anthropic Principle: The laws of the universe seem to have beenset in such a way that stars, planets and life can exist. Manyconstants of nature appear to be finely tuned for this, and theodds against this happening by chance are astronomical. 3) Sensus divinitatus: The innate sense of the divine exists withinall people. People and cultures of all time have, by nature, senseda need to worship something greater than themselves. No ancientsociety ever existed that did not believe in a supernatural power. 4) Tradition: There are events in human history which cannot beexplained without God. Many people have their subjective storiesthat bend them in the direction of theism, but there are alsohistorical events such as the Giving of the Torah, which areunderpinnings for the belief in God. 5) Pascal's Wager: Belief in God is the most rational choice due tothe consequences of being wrong. If one were to believe in God andbe wrong, there would be no consequences. However, if one were todeny God and be wrong, the consequences are eternally tragic.Therefore, the most rational choice is not agnosticism or atheism,but belief in God. 6) Why is there reality rather than nothing? Aside from God'screating it, there are only five options: a) The universe is eternal and everything has always existed. - Even atheists have abandoned this possibility, especially becauseit would violate the Second Law of Thermodynamics. b) Nothing exists and all is an illusion. There is no reality.There is only nothing. - This possibility, it should be obvious, is completelyself-defeating. In order to even make such a proposition, thesubject has to exist in some sense. If all is an illusion, wheredid the illusion come from? Even the solipsist, who does notbelieve in the existence of other minds, has to explain the genesisof his own mind. c). The universe created itself. This is the idea that the universeand all that is in it did not have its origin in something outsideitself, but from within. - Like with the previous two, this makes a logical absurdity. Itwould be like creating a square triangle. It's impossible. Atriangle by definition cannot be square. So creation cannot createitself as it would have to pre-date itself to create. The pre-datedform would then need a sufficient explanatory cause, ad infinitum. d) Chance created the universe. The odds of winning the lottery arenot very good; but given enough time, everyone will win. While theodds of the universe coming into existence are not very good, givenenough time, it could happen. - This option is a sleight of hand that, like "survival of thefittest," amounts to nothing, because it implies that "chance"itself has quantitative causal power. The word "chance" is used to describe possibilities. It does nothave the power to cause those possibilities. It is nonsense tospeak of chance being the agent of creation of anything, sincechance is not an agent. "What are the real chances of the universecreated by chance? Not a chance. Chance is incapable of creating asingle molecule, let alone an entire universe. Why not? Chance isno thing. It is not an entity. It has no being, no power, no force.It can effect nothing because it has no causal power within it. Itis a word which describes mathematical possibilities which, by thecurious flip of the fallacy of ambiguity, slips into the discussionas if it were a real entity with real power, the power ofcreativity." (R.C. Sproul, Not a Chance. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker,1999.) e) The universe is created by nothing. Simply put, nothing createdthe universe. - The problem here is that it is either a restating of option "a"(the universe is eternal) or fails due to the irrationality of "d".In our current universe, the law of cause and effect cannot bedenied by sane people. While we often don't know what the cause ofsome effect is, this does not mean that there was no cause. When wego to the doctor looking for an explanation for the cause of ourneck pain, we don't accept the answer "There is no cause. It camefrom nothing." ( Full Answer )
He is the supreme God, the God of all Gods in Greek Mythology. He is also the rain God and the sky God. He controls the weather in the skies and sends down the thunderbolts during storms. In Roman Myth, his name isn't Zeus but Jupiter, as a few of the Roman Gods' names were given to the planets.
Zeus was the god of the sky and thunder, he was also King of the Gods and ruler of Mount Olympus.
Zeus/Jupiter was born the youngest son of Cronos/Saturn/Father Time sort of. All his older brothers and sisters had been eaten by Cronos because he was afraid of a prophecy coming true about his children killing him. So Cronos was faked out when Zeus was born, and swallowed a rock instead. Zeus g…rew up and freed Cronos' imprisoned brothers, the Cyclops and some other giant monsters. They gave him the power of thunder & lightning, and fought for him in the war against Cronos and the Titans, a race of ultragiant supergods. (To give you a sense of scale, Atlas was a Titan, and Zeus forced him to hold up the world forever.) Zeus won and freed all his siblings, (the epic ones that the rest of the planets are named after), married one of them (you'll see that a lot), and crowned himself ultragod. He then went on to turn into random animals, have sex with almost everything female in the universe, and physically overpower anyone that crossed him. He was Hercules' father and the Earth and the Sky are his grandparents. Athena busted out from his skull when he had a headache. ( Full Answer )
he had the power of lightning and the sky he was lord of all the other gods there leader!
Posiden is the god of all things water and horses Zeus was the god of the sky
Zeus was the most powerful god because he defeated his father, the Titan Kronos. He helped his siblings(Hera, Poseidon, Hades, Demeter, and Hestia) out of Kronos' stomach, then became the King of the Gods.
The Greek god Zeus' weapon is called the master bolt. It hurtles bolts of electricity out of it at his enemies. By Ewan Behro
Perhaps reflecting the failings of human rulers (or monarchs in general), Greek mythology often depicts Zeus as untrustworthy, capricious, lecherous, and arbitrary.
it was said that he did but with all the polution and smog it supposedly disapeared
Zeus's god and goddess brothers and sisters were: Hestia (the goddess of the hearth and hospitality), Demeter ( the goddess of agriculture), Hera (the goddess of family and married women), Poseidon (the god of the sea) and Hades (the god of the underworld).
Zeus was the king of Olympians so he had to be proud and he must have thought too highly of himself.
Zeus is the chief god in Greek mythology. He is the god of thunder. The "big three" are Poseidon, Hades, and Zeus. Zeus is the chief god so he is also the most powerful god in Greek mythology.
No that is they name of a greek god in mythology..] The name of the true God is Jehovah.... Says that in the bible book of Psalms 83:18
no Zeus was not the oldest of the gods. In fact Chaos was the oldest god and the creator Gaia (Earth) Tartarus(the abyss) Eros(Desire) Nyx(night) and Erebus(darkness.)
Dahak is an evil god in the fictional universe of Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys . So there? Yes, one must suppose so. In Greek mythology? No.
no. the greek god Zeus was believed by the acient Greeks, god s believed by christians,etc.
Zues is god " the " god of all gods because he stopped his father from killing his brothers and sisters
Zeus is not the god of gods. He was born of Cronus and Rhea and like all gods, he can be killed. He can be injured and weakened. He does sleep and he does walk Midgard (earth) from time to time. However the All Father, Odin, is the god of all gods. He is the Omega. Though he can also die, gods do… die, but they come back to life as well. They can do that, their gods! ( Full Answer )
Zeus and God the christian/Jewish/Islamic God are very different, being from very different religions from different time periods that served different purposes. God is the creator and ruler of all things, while Zeus/Jupiter is the head of a Poly-theist religion who was just the god of the sky
Yes he was the god of the gods because he was the one who weakened Knossos and he was Knossos's first son
It depends on if you believe in Greek gods or the Christian god. If you are Christian, the Christian god is the god of everything and everyone. If you believe in the mythical Greek Gods, then Zeus is the god of all gods and goddess's so it really depends.
No. Zeus was a mythological Greek God. The God of the Sky, Thunder and Lightning as well as Law, Order and Justice. For the Greeks, he was the King of the Gods, who oversaw the universe.
'Zeus' was the Greek God of the sky, weather, law, order and fate and he was supposed to be king of all Gods. He features in many Greek myths. He was married to Hera, who is also his sister. She is supreme Goddess aswell as Goddess of marrige and childbirth.
zeus is said to be borned by the fusion of BIG BANG and SUN, considered to be one of the greatest energy and not an illusion
To be honest, there are too many gods, demi gods heroes and mortals to list them all.
God is the man who made Earth, Heaven, and everything else. Some people don't believe, but I definitely do. You should be thankful that you are here today. God has made us each and individually and you should respect that. He could of made robots and control us, but He lets us make our own decisions…. But God guides us in our journey of life. ( Full Answer )
Zeus was king of the gods, the god of sky and weather, law, order and fate.
Zeus was the king of the gods, the god of sky and weather, law, order and fate.
Zeus if Father of Gods and men because he overthrew his father, Cronus, leader of the titans.
no, because for one God is capitalized and two God is the bible Zeus the god is not in the Bible.