I agree with Eja, you have lived up to your name and your post is well worth the read.
You said "Moses was an Egyptian who was rejected by the Egyptian people."
Do you believe that Moses=Ahkenaton? In a previous post I recalled some of the reasonings of Moustafa Gadalla. Are you familiar with his works?
He reasoned that the King David of the Bible was actually the Egyptian Tuthomosis and that the Jews’ King Solomon was actually the Egyptians’ Amenhotep III, he then goes on to list the similarities between Solomon and Amenhotep III, their love of foreign women, their reputation for having great wisdom, their love of peace having both governed during peace time in the ancient world, and being master builders. He states that Moses=Ahkenaton, was rejected by the Egyptians because he was produced by a non-Egyptian woman, (One of Amenhotep III's foreign wives) namely Tiye who was the daughter of another Jewish patriach, Joseph who the Egyptians knew as Yuya. Thus he was denied the throne. His son Tut-Ankh-Amun the former Tut-Ankh-Aton, the original Jesus Christ, was accepted in his stead because is mother Nefertiti was Egyptian. This drew the wrath of the Jews and thus he was murdered by Jewish priests.
What’s your opinion on this.
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