This work is about influences and what “influences?” means. A.L. Herman provides compelling evidence to support the hypothesis that the Indus Valley religion and its savior-God Siva were both valid, plausible, and likely true. ), had a significant influence on a Greek religion and its savior-God Jesus of Nazareth (50 – 300 C.E. It can be argued that early Christianity was influenced by the religion of Indus valley civilization.
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