Kill everything that“breathes” from humans and animals!
Speaking of Moses:
How about this: Prepare to be shocked. He never existed!
There is no evidence for the existence of Moses. Although he is portrayed as an influential member of the Egyptian royal household, he is not mentioned in any Egyptian record. Nor is there any evidence to support the idea that the Jews were ever held captive in Egypt or that they made an exodus from the country under Moses’ command. The Egyptians chronicled their history in great detail but make no mention of any captive Jews. Amongst the hundreds of thousands of Egyptian monumental inscriptions, tomb inscriptions and papyri, there is complete silence about the ’600,000 men on foot, besides women and children’ who The Book of Exodus tells us escaped from Pharaoh’s armies.
The story of Moses, with its many miracles, has all the hallmarks of a myth. The account of Moses’ birth is a retelling of the myth of the birth of Sargon the Great, the king of Akkad, which is known in a number of variations from the early sixth century BCE. Like Moses, the child Sargon is ‘set in a basket of rushes’ and ‘cast into the river’, from which he is later rescued by an influential woman.
Sargon the Great
The first five books of the Old Testament were, according to some sources, written by Moses, after God dictated them to him. It included Moses telling of his own death and burial! Deuteronomy 34:6.
The Torah was created about 450 B.C., using 4 originally independent sources from 500-900 B.C. Moses purportedly brought down the tablets from Mt.Sinai in approximately 1295 B.C.
Taking 900 B.C. as the first written account source of the Torah, that is some FOUR Centuries after Moses purportedly brought the tablets down and the five books were combined to create the Torah 850 years later (450 B.C.)
If you can find ANY image of Moses, sculpture, painting, sketch, or depiction created before 100 A.D. OVER FIVE CENTURIES after the Torah was written, I would like the Internet location of said depiction. I am on Facebook (Samuel Butler).
The earliest depiction of Christ , with a clear date is 359 AD, over THREE CENTURIES after the death of Jesus (according to legend).
From the latter part of the fourth century, a still beardless Christ begins to be depicted seated on a throne on a dais, often with his feet on a low stool and usually flanked by Saints Peter and Paul, and in a larger composition the other apostles . The central group of the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus of 359 (Vatican ) is the earliest example with a clear date. In contrast, another individual that lived during the very same time as Jesus supposedly was born had his image widespread while he was still alive:
- A Roman silver denarius bearing image of Octavian with Latin inscription: Caesar Augustus was minted 13 BCE . Augustus died in 14 AD.