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This argumentative article seemed to catch my eye. Even though the topic I have chosen seems to be quite controversial, this article pretty much argues/expresses how Alexander’s came from “royal blood, which creates the connection of Alexander being a “God.” This in depth article can help me build my connection towards Alexanders religiosity and how he actually viewed himself.