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“If Moses was (as the misconception/myth goes) brought up as a high-ranking Egyptian he was probably literate only in Ancient Egyptian.” “if the story of Moses did happen in Ancient Egypt, then the Ten Commandments as well as the rest of the Mosaic laws should have been written down in Ancient Egyptian language. But that was not the case according to the scholarly consensus. So where is the missing link?” “As a matter of fact, the Paleo-Hebrew alphabet did not evolve before 1000 BC – some three centuries after the time of Moses and his tablets.” “That would leave us with only one possibility; the Ten Commandments must have been written down in Ancient Yemenite.”

Source: In what language did God write the Ten Commandments?

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Comments on: "In what language did God write the Ten Commandments?" (3)

  1. Ge’ez was the language Moses spoke with God. But for strange reasons the world doesn’t want to look at the Abyssinia hypothesis.

  2. The Israelite never went to Egypt. Moses and even Abraham never went to Egypt, they went to Abyssinia, so they spoke Ge’ez with God. And even after the Exodus they used Ge’ez and not Yemeni (which close to Ge’ez). And the Ten Commandments were written in Ge’ez, not Yemeni or Hebrew (which was not yet developed), nor Egyptian.

  3. I wonder what kind of prejudice is this? It is not Egypt, Mesopotamia, or the Moon! It is Abyssinia and Yemen only. If people think that Moses and his mob are better than Ethiopians then they better see a doctor. The Arab Yemeni Israelite took refuge in Abyssinia for 430 years all their traditions and culture became Ethiopian. So their tales came from that environment and not from anywhere else.

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