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  • Michele Rousseau

    June 23, 2021 at 7:24 am

    Hello again, Aaron. I also want to add that while I was watching The Moses Controversy, I went to my book shelf to get a book called HEBREW WORD PICTURES by Dr. Frank T. Seekins. As they repeatedly showed the stone in the documentary with the “different” writing, I immediately recognized the Hebrew “aleph” and the “mem” because I had been studying from this book by Dr. Seekins.

    What I truly believe is that Hebrew was the universal language until the time of the Tower of Babel event as recorded in Genesis 11, when God miraculously made languages become different and separate, to end the rebellious system and scatter the people away from such an evil agenda against depending on God.