Who came first Moses or abraham?
No Moses came first.
Moses came first.
No Abraham came before Moses. Chronologically The Old Testament is: Abraham - Issac - Jacob/Israel - 12 sons of Israel go to Egypt - Moses
Abraham was born first. You read about Abraham in the first chapters of Genesis, and Moses doesn't appear on the scene until the book of Exodus, which is the second book of the Old Testament.
Out of the five books that Allah revealed to his prophets, the Scrolls of Abraham are the first chronologically. The Zaboor, or Psalms, of David, came after the Torah of Moses.
Abraham (Genesis ch.11-25). Link: About Abraham Other major names: Isaac (Genesis ch.17, 21, 22 and 26) Jacob (Genesis ch.25, and 27-35) Joseph (Genesis ch.37, and 39-50) Link: About Joseph Moses (Exodus ch.2 onwards) Link: About Moses Joshua, Deborah (Judges ch.4-5), Samuel, King David, King Solomon, King Hezekiah, Mordecai, Ezra, Hillel, Rabbi Akiva, Rabbi Judah ("the prince"), Rabbi Ashi, Rabbi Saadia Gaon, and thousands more. Link: About King David See also the other Related Links.Link: History… Read More
Moses and Abraham met for the first time in heaven. Before that they never knew each other. Too many years between them.
Abraham was Moses forefather.
The Jewish opinion is either Abraham or Moses
i think Moses came first because he was there when God gave him the Ten Commandments for the Hebrews to live by. thank you
No Moses is not the son of Abraham, it was Isaac who was Abraham son.
Abraham. However, as prophets are usually understood, the first prophet who guided the Israelite people was Moses. And the first to begin a permanent chain of generations of disciples was Samuel. (Abraham lived before there was any Israelite nation; and between Moses and Samuel, prophecy was relatively rare). See also: More about Abraham More about Moses More about Samuel
Moses was born Jewish. Abraham, who lived a few centuries before Moses, was the first to repudiate idolatry and teach people to worship the One God. This was a personal decision, or conclusion, which Abraham made after careful research and contemplation.
the first priest was the brother of moses thogh some say Abraham was?
Moses was a sixth-generation descendant of Abraham. The generations are: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Levi, Kehath, Amram, Moses.
Tradition states that Abraham (18th century BCE) founded Judaism, and Moses later received the Torah from God.See also: Timeline of Jewish history Archaeology Abraham, tenth-generation descendant of Noah, of Hebrew lineage, was the son of Terah, uncle of Lot, father of Isaac, grandfather of Jacob, and ancestor of the Israelites. His story is in Genesis ch.11 (end), through ch.25. Jewish tradition states that he was the first to teach belief in One God; and it… Read More
Abraham Moses Luncz died in 1918.
Abraham Moses Luncz was born in 1854.
Jesus was many generations after Abraham.
Abraham was the "father" of the three major religions because it was from his "seed" that the Founders of each religion descended: Abraham & Sarah begat Isaac from whose line came Moses & Jesus (Judaism & Christianity) Abraham & Hagar begat Ishmael from whose line came Muhammad (Islam)
Moses, Samuel, & Nathan. Answer: Moses, Aaron, Joshua. Also, even earlier: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
According to the Holy Bible, on earth Moses came first, however in heaven Christ came first, as The Word!
Abraham was a few centuries earlier.
several came to mind.... moses, abraham, isaac, david, jacob, elijah.. etc...
King David came very much after Moses. He came after the Judges and also the first king Solomon.
It is difficult to define the "first" Hebrew prophet. Some say it was Abraham, and some say it was Moses. Most authorities are more likely to refer to Moses as the first prophet.
From the birth of Abraham to the birth of Moses, 420 years elapsed.
Abraham was the great-grandfather of Joseph. Abraham to Isaac to Jacob to Joseph.
Abraham was born about 1,500 years before Buddha.
A: According to biblical tradition, Abraham was Moses' ancestor, and preceded him by 7 generations.
No, Abraham and Moses were two different people who lived at different times.
Moses, if not Adam.
Abraham was Moses' direct ancestor, but pre-dated him by several generations, and they never met.
Abraham ben Moses ben Maimon died in 1237.
Abraham ben Moses ben Maimon was born in 1186.
yes the first moses of the family came to america in 1708 and first came to england in 1807
The first Jew, Abraham came from Canaan (now Israel). Jews then were in Egypt as slaves during the reign of Ramses. Moses 'delivered' the Israellites and lead the Jews to a 40 year journey through the Sinai to Israel.
The bible says Abraham came first, his son was Isaac, and Isaac had sons called Jacob and Enoch.
Islam, Christianity & Judaism all consider Abraham & Moses to be prophets of God. Moses is also considered a prophet in Mormonism.
Abraham: 175yrs old When he died Moses: No clue sorry
The Biblical Abraham is regarded as the founding patriarch of the Israelites whom God chose to bless, and to make into a blessing for all peoples on Earth. Moses, however, was born '''after''' Abraham died; Moses was most likely one of Abraham's descendents, not the other way around. Perhaps there's another Abraham son of Moses?
Abraham was Moses' direct ancestor, but pre-dated him by several generations, they never met. I hope this has helped you : )
In chronological order, they are: Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus, and Paul.
Moses did, he lead the Israelities
No it is not Moses, but it is Abraham the father of Judaism.
Moses was a major contributor to Judaism, but its founder was Abraham. Moses was an Israelite, a great-great grandson of Jacob. He was born 245 years after the death of Abraham. The time when Moses was born was when the Pharaoh had ordered his people to kill all Israelite male infants because he (Pharaoh) was afraid that the Israelites would become too strong for him (Exodus ch.1-2). Moses' mother didn't want him to die. So… Read More
Abraham to Isaac to Jacob to Levi to Kohath to Amram m Jochebed Ex 6:18-20 to Moses.
Both of them are worthy of the title Founders of Judaism. Both were great leaders and extremely influential, to this day. Both spent some time in Egypt. Both had a ruler who sought to kill them. Both were prophets. Both made a covenant with God. see also: The historicity of Abraham and Moses
from what? the three fathers are Abraham Issac Jacob
Abraham is known as the father of faith. This title seems even more appropriate when the two largest belief systems in the world trace their lineage back to Abraham. Moses is a prophet who was born man years after Abraham. Moses eventually helped lead his people out of Egyption slavery.