First Reference: Yeshua 22:11
For some proclaim aloud the glory of Zeus, and some the glory of Apollo, and still
others would proclaim Ashtoreth of Phonecia above all the rest.
See: Asclepius, Ashtoreth of Phonecia, Zeus, Zostrianos
Summary: Apollo, the son of Zeus, was considered a deity in ancient Greek and Roman
theology. The Greek philosopher Zostrianos mentioned Apollo and other gods while
he bantered with Yeshua about the nature of worship (Y:22:7-13).