How does the Christian faith explain the existance of other saviors before Jesus?

Written in 1280bc the Egyptian Book of the dead describes the God, Horus…Horus was the son of the God Osiris, born to a virgin mother, he was baptized in a river by Enup the baptizer, who was later beheaded, like Jesus Horus was tempted while alone in the desert, he healed the sick, the blind, cast out demons, and... show more Written in 1280bc the Egyptian Book of the dead describes the God, Horus…Horus was the son of the God Osiris, born to a virgin mother, he was baptized in a river by Enup the baptizer, who was later beheaded, like Jesus Horus was tempted while alone in the desert, he healed the sick, the blind, cast out demons, and walked on water. He raised Asar from the dead, “Asar” translates to Lazerous, he also had 12 disciples. Horus was crucified, and after three days two women announced Horus (the Savior of Humanity) had risen. In fact the term Horizon comes from the phrase “Horus has risen”.
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Horus was born on Dec 25th of the Virgin Ises Mary, a star in the east accompanied his birth, 3 Kings followed the star to adorn the new-born savior. At the age of 12 he was a prodical child teacher, at the age of 30 he was baptized by Enup, and thus began his ministry. Horus had 12 deciples. He traveled healing the sick and walked on water. Horus was known by many names such as “The Truth” “The Light” “God’s anointed son” “The good Shepard” “The lamb of God”. After being betrayed by Typhon, Horus was crucified, buried for three days, and then was resurrected.

This same account is seen throughout history even before Christ.
Attis of Greece- 1200bc Born on Dec 25th of a virgin, crucified, dead for 3 days, resurrected.
Krishna of India 900bc- Born on Dec 25th of the Virgin Devaki, A star in the East announced his birth, he performed miracles with his deciples, he was crucified and then resurrected.
Dionysus of Greece 200bc- Born of a virgin on Dec 25th, was a traveling teacher who performed miracles such as turning water into wine. He was referred to as the King of Kings, God’s Only Begotten Son, The Alpha and Omega. He was crucified and then resurrected.
Mithra of Persia 1200bc- Born of a Virgin on Dec 25th, Had 12 deciplesa and performed miracles, Upon his death was buried for three days then ressurected. He was also referred to as the truth the light.

This same story, with different names and religions, happens through history close to fifty times.

How do Christians explain this?
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