Battle of the Gods; Comparing the Literature of the Judeo-Christian Deity With Polytheistic Works of the Ancient Near East
The second of the series "Debates of the Reliability of the Christian Bible" produced by author Erik Angus MacRae in September of 2020, this work features more in-depth comparison of the second argument dealt with in the first book, and servers to further refute the ficticious claim that the Biblical text copied directly from the Ancient Near Eastern Polytheistic works. To this effect it features numerous quotations from both the biblical literature with reference to the deity of the Bible, and quotations the Polytheistic texts of the nations of that locale represented in brief portions, and it pits these two reports against one another in a context of comparison and competition. This book also deals with claims of commonality between the virigin birth narrative of Jesus and the Ancient Polytheistic literature, and refutes it. Finally the law codes pertaining to both the Abrahamic God, and the law codes of the societies with competing patron deities are compared by drawing upon a document from Credohouse, and commenting upon it.