QUESTION: Why did the Apostle Paul tell the Greeks in Corinth, that all our fathers passed through the same waters and ate of the same manna and so forth?
ANSWER: Yes, here in Corinthians, Paul says that very thing. And that they also drank water of the same rock. He told them this because they were all Israelites. So the people of Greece were one of the first settlements of Israel in Europe. Paul said: ‘All our fathers passed through the waters and ate of the same ‘manna’. So they were Israelites, to be able to do this. Over in the book of Acts, chapter 17, the Apostle Paul was on Mars Hill and he was talking to these people and he said, you must be superstitious, for as I passed by your devotions, I see you have an altar to an unknown God, whom ye ignorantly worship. HIM, I declare unto you. HE is GOD that made the world and all things therein.
Seeing HE is YAHWEH of heaven and earth, and dwelleth not in temples made with hands, neither is worshiped with men’s hands as though He needeth anything seeing He giveth to all live, and breathe and all things. He hath made of one blood, all the nations of the Ethene to dwell in the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation.