Its relevance is mentioned in many commentaries on Exodus. He goes over the evidence for late and early dates.EVAN SAID:“I think the story of Sargon being floated in a basket of reeds down the river as an infant is a myth (that predates the Moses myth).”This comparison is more impressive the less you know about it:1.This literary motif goes back to ancient stories, where writers use the abandoned child theme to identify a character that rises from obscurity to privileged hero status.
So it will be hard to get your hands on unless you find it at a library.
The book is a study of the seventh century BC text which purports to be an autobiography of the extraordinary birth of the famous third-millennium king, Sargon of Akkad.
She cast me into the river which rose not (over) me, The river bore me up and carried me to Akki, the drawer of water. The inscription we have comes from Assyria and is therefore a copy of a much earlier inscription because Sargon was king of Akkad.
Akki, the drawer of water lifted me out as he dipped his e[w]er. The Akkadian period ended around 2170 BCE, so the legend had probably developed by [email protected] As to your friend's comments, you can not honestly dispute that the Moses story is a copy, but you can choose to remain strong in your faith.
God uses these circumstances to bring Moses under the protection of Egypt’s ruler (2:4–10).
Ancient literature outside the Bible attests to several stories in which a child, perceived as a threat by an enemy, is abandoned and later spared by divine intervention or otherworldly circumstance.In modern stories people destined for greatness rarely start off privileged.They are dropped off at the doorstep of an orphanage or abandoned in the rain.The text claims that Sargon's mother abandoned him on a river in a basket waterproofed with bitumen, he was pulle This is an arcane book, probably not relevant for most people, or even on their radar.The text claims that Sargon's mother abandoned him on a river in a basket waterproofed with bitumen, he was pulled from the river by Aqqi the water drawer, adopted, and became a famous king. The text was first published 1872, so it's not like scholars, both orthodox and liberal, are unaware of the story of Sargon. All we can be confident of, he claims, is a range between 2039 BC and 623 BC.This is not going to be a question about the Bible or God but I believe that is related with the Christianity. Mosaic authorship is often more nuanced than he wrote it versus he didn't.