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I saw your Zeitgeist comment on Michelle's page. The films appear to present a lot of information on the origins of religion. The problem is that it doesn't back any of it's claims with reliable information and makes lots of speculations. I haven't seen any legitimate sources from someone working in Egyptology that claims that Horus had twelve disciples, rose on the third day, or was hung on a cross. In all likely hood. Such claims were made from the OT ( not in the sense of prophecy). With the twelve tribes of Judea and constant use of three days or third day ( read Spong, Resurrection Myth or reality).
it's possible that the writers of the OT were using pagan myths, but the idea that Christianity is a complete copy and past religion is somewhat unlikely to me. As for the other claims in the movie. I suggest http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4196