Experts Claim That Moses Did Cross The Read Sea, After Finding The Egyptian Army Underwater
Here we explain the story of Moses, who he was and what he did.
A Brief Account of the Life of 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. To protect Moses, his mother sends him down the Nile in a basket, where he is ultimately noticed by Pharaoh’s daughter. She adopts him as her own and raises him in Pharaoh’s court.
Even though he is free, Moses’ compassion for the slaves leads him to kill an overseer he sees beating a slave — which forces Moses to run away from Egypt. While the Passover story shows Moses’ compassion, it also depicts him as reluctant to obey God’s order to save the Jews. But a common motif of Judaism is that the things one ought to do aren’t virtues, but mitzvot — commandments and obligations. Moses is commanded to return and lead the Jews to freedom.
After Moses and the Jews leave Egypt, God gives him the Ten Commandments, which become the foundation of Jewish law and thought. For this reason, Moses is often referred to as the law-giver.
Evidence of the Infamous Crossing?
In the Gulf of Suez, researchers unearthed the remnants of a massive Egyptian Army from the fourteenth century BC, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. Researchers were seeking for Stone Age and Bronze Age ships and artefacts when they came across a massive pile of human bones that had been destroyed by years of immersion.
They have found almost 400 skeletons, as well as hundreds of ωєαρσиѕ and pieces of armour, as well as the remnants of two carriages, with professor Abdel Muhammad Gader in charge of the expedition. Given the vast number of skeletons discovered, it’s possible that they belonged to a big army. What’s more intriguing, Master Gader says that the bodies may be connected to the legendary Exodus Story.
During Akhenaten’s reign, the amount of dead shows that a big army was drastically annihilated by the waves of the Red Sea. This appears to support the biblical account of the Red Sea passage, in which the Egyptian army was wiped off as the Jewish people crossed over.
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