Question about Moses?
Moses mentions Rabbath, where Og's bedstead is located (Deut3:11). Moses could not have any knowledge of Rabbath,which was not captured by the Hebrews until David's time,500 years later (2 Sam 12:26).
- PrincessLv 64 months agoFavourite answer
Be prepared for answers like "God must have told him".
- 4 months ago
IT JUST SEEMS TO BE A BIT OF HISTORY AS TO WHERE OG THE LAST OF THE GIANTS WAS FROM.
- Doug CatholicLv 74 months ago
It would seem (from the facts) that your conclusion is in error.
- jon pikeLv 74 months ago
Doesn't mean it didn't exist before that.
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- SamwiseLv 74 months ago
The Deuteronomist writers, who produced Deuteronomy, Joshua, and Judges, contributed their writings a lot later.
Deuteronomy is a "book of Moses" in the sense that it uses Moses as a main character, to deliver a rewritten version of Hebrew law that was designed for a settled rather than nomadic population.
- keyjonaLv 74 months ago
City of Ramesses is also mentioned which did not exist until hundreds of years after Moses. Moses is given credit but did not write those books.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Drunken scribes write drunken myths .
- JeffLv 54 months ago
Moses is make-believe. Does that help your brain at all?
- Pirate AM™Lv 74 months ago
Since there is no evidence that suggests the Exodus actually occurred and no evidence that suggests that a Moses was ever part of the Egyptian royalty, we have to suspect that the Exodus story is completely made up, or possibly an exaggeration of a few slaves escaping and making their way to Canaan. It should also be noted that all the evidence suggests that the Hebrew culture developed in place from indigenous people.
- River EuphratesLv 74 months ago
'Moses' may or may not have actually existed, or he may have been an amalgamation of several different people.