There are people on this site that don't even believe in the teaching's of the God's of ancient Egypt and their duties; imagine that.
Just because we study the Ancient Egytpians doesn't mean we have to believe in their religion and what they believed to be true. If you believe in the Ancient Kemetian religion and Gods and it makes you a better person in life, then I completlely an utterly applaud that and respect that but you certainly can't be surprised that most people don't belive that anthropomorphic beings are/were responsible for every or any aspect of life as we know it.
I may be stirring something up that need not be stirred but I feel religion, in every sense of the word, is man made, driven by a given civilization's or society's attempt to explain what they don't physically understand, and is a reflection of the era,geographic location, and aspects of daily life, whether it be monotheism, polytheism, or paganism. Because I find the Ancient Egyptian religion and deities extremely intriguing does not mean I must believe it/them to be truth to be interested, just because the Ancient Egyptians did. I find it intriguing because it governed their entire way of life and was the basis for their culture and civilization and vise versa.