Moses and His Masters F.X. Foulke-Ffeinberg

ISBN: 9780942849059

Published: January 1st 1990

Hardcover

160 pages


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Moses and His Masters  by  F.X. Foulke-Ffeinberg

Moses and His Masters by F.X. Foulke-Ffeinberg
January 1st 1990 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 160 pages | ISBN: 9780942849059 | 5.35 Mb

The Old Testament proclaims Moses as a charismatic leader who, at great personal sacrifice and risk, selflessly organized a recalcitrant mob into a powerful military force capable of seizing the Promised Land. This book suggests an alternateMoreThe Old Testament proclaims Moses as a charismatic leader who, at great personal sacrifice and risk, selflessly organized a recalcitrant mob into a powerful military force capable of seizing the Promised Land. This book suggests an alternate explanation. According to Foulke-ffeinberg, the Pentateuch clearly shows that the Israelites themselves frequently expressed strong reservations about the intentions of Moses, and more than once explicitly stated their belief that he had led them out of Egypt in order to kill them.

Since nearly all the men emigrating from Egypt perished during the wanderings, the Israelites seem to have had a realistic view of the situation. When the evidence collected in this volume is analyzed objectively, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that Moses served the interests of the Egyptians very well and the interests of the Israelites very poorly. Was this intentional?

The author suggests that it was probably the result of a carefully thought-out plan.



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