Christians see the Greek and Roman myths as myths.
They see the Norse myths as myths.
They see Egyptian myths as myths.
The Bible is full of stories of people being made of dust; people being made of parts of other people; an impossible world-wide flood; a woman turning to, of all things, salt; a woman with a virgin birth; a man who walks on water; giants, monsters, unrealistic tales with moral lessons.
All of these stories have very similar parallels in other groups of myths, most older than the Hebrew and Christian myths.
Like other myths they serve to explain things the science of the day couldn't
Like other myths, they contain stories designed solely to give a group a clear identity and self concept to separate them from other groups and justify feelings of superiority.
Like other myths they contain heroes, monsters and villains with larger-then-life deeds and even super-powers.
Like other myths they contain representations of the world that don't exist, they are unrealistic and unashamedly so.
Like other myths their origins were poorly documented, with no corroborating evidence, and already old enough when written down that evidence AGAINST them was tough to track down.
Like other myths, they are skimpy on detail, just hitting the high points the storytellers wanted.
Like other myths, they are blatantly contradictory and wildly inconsistent.
Like other myths, their ability to correctly prophecy ends in the distant past
Like other myths, there are hints of a grander world that is no more, where people lived hundreds of years, giants walked the Earth, the gods spoke to man, and miracles were commonplace.
Like other myths, they cannot be reconciled to modern scientific knowledge.
And finally, they get angry and offended when the similarities between their myths and other myths are pointed out to them. They claim disrespect and offense... then tell the Native American that the god-spirits they still worship today are nothing but superstitious myth.
What more do you need? The Bible is a collection of myths, all targeted to certain audiences for specific purposes, filled with fantastic claims that cannot be literal, and sprinkled with enough actual history to give the myth some credibility (the best lies contain the most truth, and people believe)...