Who are the descendants of Moses?
The Torah names two sons of Moses: Gershom and Eliezer (Exodus ch.18).
No. God gave the land of Canaan (Promised Land) to Abraham and his descendants. Abraham's descendants were the Hebrew people. Moses led the Hebrew people to the Promised Land, a trip that took 40 years to complete because the Hebrew people sinned and so were led in desert wanderings for 40 years. Moses did not get to go into the promised land because of sin. Joshua, Moses' second in command led the people into the…
At the Burning Bush, God told Moses that the time had come to take the Israelites out of the Egyptian slavery (Exodus ch.3-4). According to tradition, the fact that the bush burned but was not consumed (Exodus ch.3) symbolized that the future sufferings of the Israelites (and their descendants, the Jews) would never completely wipe them out.
Scholars say that even in the time of Jesus, people were unlikely to know the name of their grandfather's father, or of any earlier ancestors. Today, no one could realistically claim to have a line of descent back to Moses. All we have is the biblical story, which most scholars are said to believe never really happened.