Jezeus and Ganymedes
Book 2 in the Genesis Revelation Series
Paederasty was an Ancient Greek custom of homoerotic relations between an older man and adolescent youth that originated amongst the Olympian gods, as portrayed in the myth where Zeus, leader of the gods, abducts Ganymedes. This custom should not be confused with the act of paedophilia, the sexual abuse of prepubescent girls and boys by adults.
Although homosexuality is forbidden in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, even punishable by death, a close study of the relationship between King David and Johnathan reveals some uncomfortable truths, which may also be true of the relationship between Jesus and the Beloved Disciple if this disciple was indeed a man, as professed by church elders.
This honest reflection is more relevant today than it has ever been in the history of our modern society. A Great Deflection is playing out across the world by religious fanatics who bully members of the LGBTQ community falsely accusing them of grooming children as they distract from the rampant sexual abuse of children by priests and pastors.