The Myth Made Fact: Reading Greek and Roman Mythology through Christian Eyes will lead you into the study of foundational myths and how they ultimately point to mankind’s longing for Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.
Continue your study of mythology through the use of exclusive digital resources that have been designed to enhance your experience of this unique book. In these files, you will receive the following:
1. Bulfinch’s Myths (audio)
To celebrate the release of The Myth Made Fact: Reading Greek and Roman Mythology through Christian Eyes, Classical Academic Press has produced audio recordings of 28 myths from the highly regarded Bulfinch’s Mythology. As you listen to the recordings, the juxtaposition of Bulfinch’s retellings of these myths with Markos’s retellings will enrich your study and understanding of the myths, aiding you as you seek to see “beyond the lustful and wrathful Olympian gods to the One Holy Creator who stands, like Aslan, at the back of all our stories.”We are pleased to be able to present this audio resource—a $20 value—for your use.
2. Bulfinch’s Myths (PDF)
Beautifully designed as an accompaniment to The Myth Made Fact and the audio files, the 28 myths from Bulfinch’s Mythology are available in PDF format. Enjoy following along in the PDF as you listen to the recordings of the myths, or use it independently as resource for further study.
Teachers and parents, a number of the images of classic artwork within these PowerPoint slides include male and/or female nudity. We recommend reviewing the PowerPoint slides before sharing them with your students/children.
3. Accompanying PowerPoint Presentations
For the past 30 years, Dr. Louis Markos has specialized in instruction on the connection between Greek and Roman mythology and the Christian faith. As part of the anticipated release of The Myth Made Fact: Reading Greek and Roman Mythology through Christian Eyes, Dr. Markos has supplied 9 of his specific lessons on Greek mythology in art, originally created as part of a master’s in fine arts class. These thoroughly crafted PowerPoint presentations, filled with beautiful artwork and accompanying notes will help deepen your understanding of the influence and prevalence of Greek and Roman mythology through the ages.
Access available through My Library.