In Search Of Moses

Behind the wonders of Scripture and popular culture are glimmers of a real man. What can archaeology and scholarship tell us about him?

He was marked by his imperfections. He stammered. He oftentimes hated the very people he led. Almost as frequently, he was at odds with the God who sent him on his mission--and thus the God who worked wonders through him kept Moses from the wonder that was his life's longing, the Promised Land. And yet, for more than 3,000 years, there have been few lives more memorable. He was raised among the privileged princes of Egypt, only to throw in his lot with slaves. He would lead his oppressed people safely through a valley of watery death that had been cleft...

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