Let's have a discussion on the accolades of Alexander the Great and his empire.
Great leader or Greatest?
Had he stayed alive and pushed towards the Ganges could he have conquered India?
If he had amassed such an empire could the later Mongolian invasions had a different outcome?
What do you think the historical implications of this would be?
He sure did.
What kind of world would it be if India, Syria, and Africa were all under Greek territory from 300bc to now?
How weird right?
Nothing would have changed. He would have conquered a few more provinces, but he'd still die eventually and the wars of the Diadochi would still happen, the empire would still split.
Empires don't last for very long unless they have a strong succession policy. Alexander's empire did not have imperial succession, it was still under Macedonian succession which inherent made it doomed to failure.
I doubt there would be Christianity or Islam, we sould all be worshiping the Olympians gods, which were a better religion in every way.
also it always amazes me, Alexander conquered everything they told him was there, and then when he finished he found more shit and conquered that also.
The real question is:
Would India still have designated shitting streets if alexander conquered it?
The best thing with the Greek Gods is that they behave human, so you can judge them freely, understand their pain and dilemmas, and generally develop your own moral code.
The religion promotes critical thinking and self improvement.
Abrahamic religions are designed to control population, a massive hive-mind with rules that cant be broken, which are in time becoming outdated.