An interesting feature of the Old Testament is that Yahweh is frequently exalted using ANE pagan imagery.
Here are a few examples:
You created the north and the south;
Tabor and Hermon sing for joy at your name. (Psalm 89:12)
Tabor and Hermon were sacred mountains in Canaanite religion, interestingly, so were Zaphon and Yamin, the words used for North and South here.
Sing to God, sing in praise of his name,
extol him who rides on the clouds; (Psalm 68:5)
The phrase ‘rider on the clouds’ is also used by Baal Hadad in Ugaritic texts. I have seen some object by saying that it may just be both cultures remembering Yahweh from before Babel, but if this were true, we would see the epithet be used all across the world, not just amongst two geographically and culturally proximate peoples.
It was you who split open the sea by your power;
you broke the heads of the monster in the waters.
It was you who crushed the heads of Leviathan (Psalm 74)
Once again, the psalmist is attributing acts of Baal Hadad to Yahweh. Baal battled the 7 headed (notice how both beings were multi-headed?) sea dragon Litanu, whose name is cognate with Leviathan.
What do you make of this? Is it wrong for Yahweh to steal, (given the Ten Commandments) or does exhalationary language need to be good, as opposed to original? I certainly find that it destroys any argument made by those who object to Fantasy books, or the holidays for using pagan imagery.