J. E. HILL ASKS AND ANSWERS IN SKEPTICAL REVIEW ARTICLE
"Are there great differences separating the Genesis creation and other creation myths, and is the Genesis account really the closest to the Big Bang?" JEHill
In this article in The Skeptical Review, John Hill goes over lots of material. After reading this material, you should have no doubt that 1) there is very little difference between many creation myths from that era and place (specially between the myths that the Bible borrowed from and Bible mythology itself) and 2) the Genesis account in the Bible bears almost no comparison to what we know about the undeniable evidence for the Big Bang.
Speaking of Bible mythology, may I also refer you to 101 Myths of the Bible: How Ancient Scribes Invented Biblical History by Gary Greenberg.
Then, if you find Greenberg's book interesting, as any open-minded curious person will find it, you may also be interested in one or more of the following books which you will find on the Amazon website on the same page as 101 Myths under "Customers who bought this item also bought"
Who Wrote the Bible? by Richard E. Friedman
The Book Your Church Doesn't Want You to Read by Tim C. Leedom
Who Wrote the New Testament? : The Making of the Christian Myth by Burton L. Mack
The Dark Side of Christian History by Helen Ellerbe
The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold by Acharya S
And if you take all the evidence in this post seriously into account, you will have little trouble understanding why a Bush who takes the Bible literally could also be easily misled by Cheney and Perle and the mythology of Iraq they handed Bush. If Bush were a real president, rather than the worst presidential pretender in the history of American presidents, Bush would be a "burning Bush" indeed, thinking how his advisers misled him into his horrible blunder. He's either "burning" or in on and part of the Big Lie itself. Finally consider how JFK reacted after the Bay of Pigs, how he got very serious about his mistake and how he handled the error in a much more forceful manner.