There are quite a few differences that I could find, between the Bible accounts and The Ten

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There are quite a few differences that I could find, between the Bible accounts and The Ten Commandments movie about Moses and his life. First is the difference in the Bible story of Moses’ life and the movie version. For example, the Bible never says anything about Moses’s time as a young adult, perhaps because it was not significant enough. And there is about a forty year gap in the Bible and the movie fills some of that in. We really don’t know if the Pharaoh loved him as much as he did in the movie, I guess it is possible though. We also don’t really know if Moses was ever in love before Sephora, because there is no evidence in the Bible for Nefritiri, or any princess in line for the throne. Also in the movie it shows Moses…show more content…
In the Bible, God declares the tenth plague by Himself and not by sending the “Angel of Death” like is seen in the movie. Another difference between the film and the Bible, the first Passover night, there is a crescent moon seen in the sky. But Passover always begins in the middle of the month when there is a full moon.
In the Bible, the Ten Commandments were heard by everyone in the country. But in the movie, it is shown as if only Moses is there at the burning bush. The story of Moses and seventy Elders of Israel eating and drinking in the presence of God (Exodus 24:9-11) is not also found in the movie. The Bible also says that God supplied the Israelites with water, manna and quail are missing but that is also missing in the movie. In the movie, God ordered the people of Israel to go into the wilderness for 40 years as punishment for the Golden Calf incident. But in the Bible, the 40 years of wondering was punishment for their refusal to believe God would deliver the promised land to the Hebrews.
Another difference I noticed was that in the Bible, it talks about how bad Moses stuttered and that his brother had to speak for him, In the movie though, Moses never stuttered and did all his own speaking in a very confident and steady voice. Also, Aaron shouldn’t be with Moses at the end of the

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