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Moses



Moses (c. 1400 BCE) was a legendary figure claimed by Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as an important prophet of God. Moses’s existence as either a real person or a mythological figure has never been established, but the story of Moses is acknowledged as the foundation of these religions' monotheistic belief.

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Lecture on the Five Books of Moses

Rabbi Manis Friedman is a world-renowned author, counselor, lecturer and philosopher who uses ancient wisdom and modern wit to captivate audiences around the world.

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Moses and the Exodus | The Jewish Story | Unpacked

Ever felt there couldn’t be anything to say about Moses than hasn’t already been said? Turns out there’s plenty.

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God Against the Gods: The History of the War Between Monotheism and Polytheism

As conflicts over religious extremism dominate our front pages, the bestselling author of The Harlot by the Side of the Road presents a work of history that could not be more timely; a surprising look back at the origins of religious intolerance during the tumultuous fourth century.

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Is a Long-Dismissed Forgery Actually the Oldest Known Biblical Manuscript?

In 1883, a Jerusalem antiquities dealer named Moses Wilhelm Shapira announced the discovery of a remarkable artifact: 15 manuscript fragments, supposedly discovered in a cave near the Dead Sea.

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Religion in Human Evolution, Part 7: Moses and Monotheism

Moses should be seen not as a historical figure, but a charter for a new regime in which people live under God, not king.

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Was Moses Real?

The figure of Moses is well-known: He's the subject of generations of Hollywood spectacle and a holy man revered by all three faiths of the Book. In his legend's wake are a bunch of commandments, rivers of blood, plagues of frogs and a sea that parts.

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Who Was Moses?

Moses is the most important Jewish prophet. He’s traditionally credited with writing the Torah and with leading the Israelites out of Egypt and across the Red Sea. In the book of Exodus, he’s born during a time when the Pharaoh of Egypt has ordered every male Hebrew to be drowned.

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James White still thinks Islam is returning the monotheism of Moses back from the Trinity

Dr. Shabir Ally is president of the Islamic Information & Dawah Centre International in Toronto, Canada. He is a Muslim activist, academic, scholar and public speaker on Islam and comparative religion.

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The Five Books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy

Widely acclaimed by Bible scholars and theologians of every denomination, Everett Fox's masterful translation re-creates the echoes, allusions, alliterations, and wordplays of the Hebrew original.

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Defender of the Faith?

Late in life — he was in his 80s, in fact — Sigmund Freud got religion. No, Freud didn’t begin showing up at temple every Saturday, wrapping himself in a prayer shawl and reading from the Torah.

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