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Anonymous

Well there is one main error in your text, you could not see Abrahamic religons as something derived fromMesopotamian religion. Abrhamic religions (also Abrahamism) are the monotheistic faiths emphasizing and tracing their common origin to Abraham and recognizing a spiritual tradition identified with him. The unifying characteristic of Judaism, Christianity and Islam is that all accept the tradition that one and onley God, who created world from nothin revealed himself to the patriarch Abraham. Somethimes you could find similar motives in Old Testament Relgion and Mesopotamian (acctually blend of Akadian and Sumerian religon, they coexisted). Old Testament God is Lord of History and Time, while Anunaki are subjugated to laws oof nature. Mesopotamian gods were seen as high-up masters who had to be obeyed and feared, as opposed to loved and adored, while in Abrachamic religions God is transcedent, eternal and not controlled at all by part of creation and omnipotent.

Well to add something more:

There are no specific written records explaining Mesopotamian religious cosmology that survive to us today. Nonetheless, modern scholars have examined various accounts, and created what is believed to be an at least partially accurate depiction of Mesopotamian cosmology, so we could not rush in such bold statments about that religion.
Concerning IE religions, giants exist in Scandinavian mythology and Greek, and story is essentially different.

Concerning pressumed influence on Indo-Europeans, I think that Proto-Indo-Europeans allready separated before Sumerian civilisation was blended.

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