What you supplied was a refutation based upon an unclaimed exact copy of your religious mythology. It was a straw man argument/refutation.KiMare wrote:
LOL, very clever until you look at the second link that comes up;
You respond to an exposed lie with a diversion?
You need to apologize.
No one claims Christianity is an - exact copy - of a previously existing mythology.
Concepts and elements within the other mythologies are pointed out, and it's noted that the Christian mythology shares similarities or common themes with an older mythology - which is a trademark of mythologies, they borrow from older mythologies - that existed before Christianity.
That's a disingenuous Christian tactic in responding to those observations that Christianity shares similarities with preexisting mythic beliefs.
Christians alter the observations made by scholars that point out those common elements, trying to change those observations to a claim of Christianity being an exact copy of other mythologies.
That isn't the case.