kwrandolph at email.com
Fri Jul 30 16:22:41 EDT 2004
No we don't all agree that Moses had an Egyptian name.
For one, Exodus doesn't agree.
If we take Exodus as a historical document, as it claims to be, then
when we have Moses being brought up in the pharaoh's house, that
pharaoh could have been just as much Egyptian as when Marco Polo
served the "Chinese" king while working in the house of Kublai Khan.
There is nothing linguistically improbable with that understanding.
There are several clues, taken individually don't mean much, but taken
together suggests to me that the pharaoh of the Exodus could very well
have been Hyksos.
Karl W. Randolph.
----- Original Message -----
From: Brian Roberts <formoria at carolina.rr.com>
> Sargon was a future ruler. Moses had what we all agree was likely an
> Egyptian name. Exodus says he was raised by the Pharaonic family. I
> don't know baby Moses was considered a future ruler. It is simply a
> suggestion, a glorified rumination, if you will. :)
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