A documentary claims that Moses is indeed the author of the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament

Jimmy DeYoung

Listen to Today’s Program Play

JD: Moses would have been literate; he would have had Hebrew in an alphabet with it in order to be able to write these five books of the beginning of the Old Testament, the Torah. How important was the development of Hebrew then into an alphabetic language in the course of history?

DJ: I would go so far as to say God sovereignly introduced this into human civilization and it would be impossible to over state the importance of an alphabetic language. In fact, the first two letters of the Hebrew alphabet are Aleph and Bet, which was where we get the term alphabetic language even for our own alphabetic language of English.

Leave a Reply