Results for: Moses

In Tanakh and Talmud

Who was Moses?

Moses was a man in the Bible times that brought the Israelites out of Egypt. This was probably the time during one of the Ramesses. . Some non-christian scholars and others, (MORE)
In Judaism

What did Moses do?

Moses led the Jews out of Egypt under God's guidance (Exodus, first 12 chapters); and he conveyed to them the two stone Tablets of the Ten Commandments (Exodus ch.24), as well (MORE)
In Old Testament

What is the summary of moses Moses?

The summary of Moses is A retelling of the bible story. Pharaoh Ramses decrees the death of all Hebrew children, but Moses, placed in a basket in the Nile by his mother, is ta (MORE)
In Old Testament

In what ways do Moses and club Moses?

The lycophytes are a small and inconspicuous group of plants today, but in the Carboniferous some lycophytes were forest-forming trees more than 35 meters tall. Lycophytes are (MORE)
In Slavery

Where was Moses from?

Moses was born in Goshen, Lower Egypt. He was sent in a basket down the nile river. He was found in an Egyptian palace and was taken by the princess. There, he grew up and bec (MORE)
In Judaism

Who was Moses and what did he do?

well he was a person second answer: and? one of the things he did was when Egypt made the israelites their slaves he freed them third answer: Didn't he also grow (MORE)
In Slavery

What are Moses?

Moses is a famous Biblical character who is known for many things such as the Ten Commandments and the plagues on Egypt while the Israelites were in captivity.
In Judaism

Who is the Moses?

-An ancient Hebrew descendant of Levi, patriarch of the tribe of Levi, who stood at roughly 6'4 or 5, weighing roughly 175 lbs, by Arab beduin tradition. -Moses was tall and (MORE)
In Old Testament

What did moses do and why?

If you are talking about moses who made the ten commandments then moses freed his people from egypt.
In Old Testament

Why did Moses do what he did?

A: The Book of Exodus says that Moses was motivated by his desire to free the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and by his devotion to his God. Almost all scholars, on the ot (MORE)