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Probably no other person in history has been more widely accepted than the great Hebrew prophet Moses. His popularity and followers have steadily increased over time. It is conceivable that in the thirteenth century. Moses was born when Ramesses II, who according to one opinion was a Pharaoh in the city of Exodus and died in 1237 BC.
During his lifetime, as is clear from the book of Exodus, a majority of the Hebrews resented his tactics. For five centuries, Moses was respected by all Hebrews. It spread throughout the world. A century later (Muhammad recognized Moses as a true prophet) and with the spread of Islam, Moses became an admirable figure in the entire Muslim world, including Egypt.
Today, after a period of 32 centuries, Moses is equally sacred to Jews, Christians, and Muslims, and is revered by a large number of agnostics. I have information about him. Despite the fame of Moses, we do not have reliable information about his life.
It is speculated (which is not correctly accepted by most scholars) that Moses was an Egyptian, while his name is not Hebrew but Egyptian (meaning “child or son”) It is difficult to trust the Old Testament legends about Moses, which are based on numerous miracles, such as the story of burning ashes or the turning of Moses’ staff into a serpent.
These are miracles in their own right. For example, in order to believe everything, you must be convinced that Moses, who was eighty-four years old at the time of the Oxus, was wandering in the desert for the Hebrews for another forty-four years. It is hoped that before being overwhelmed by all these myths, the essence of Moses’ life would have been revealed. Is.
However, most of the well-known Old Testament myths about Moses are mythological, closely resembling the myths of other nations. For example, the myth of Moses and the swampy grass is strikingly similar to the Babylonian myth. There is one which is related to the great Akkadian king Sargon and whose reign dates from 2360 to 2305 BC. Generally, three important deeds are attributed to Moses.
Firstly, he is portrayed as a political figure who guided the Hebrews from Egypt to the Exodus. At least in this regard, it is clear that he should be credited with this. (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) are attributed to him. They are also named after the five books of Moses, which form the Torah of the Jews. The books describe Mousavi Shari’a, which is a set of laws.
Who oversaw the character of the Jews in the time of the Gospels, including the “Ten Commandments”. In view of their immense influence, the author of Can is considered a great and extremely influential person. However, many Gospel scholars agree that Moses was not the only author of all these books.
Apparently, these books are the result of the penmanship of more than one author, while most of this material was written in the code after the death of Moses. We don’t really have a yardstick by which to measure his stature.
Thirdly, most people consider Moses to be the founder of Jewish monotheism. In a sense, there is no basis for such a claim. The only source of all our information about Moses is the Old Testament. However, it is clear that Jewish monotheism would have died without Moses. He played a key role in its preservation and its transmission to future generations. While the two great religions of the world, Christianity and Islam, are rooted in Jewish monotheism, the concept of a true God, of which Moses had such a strong belief, became popular in much of the world.