Mesopotamian culture is depicted in the Bible; as texts were added to the Bible, it was full of writings, and the ideas were genuine and parallel to the Old Testament as they were of Mesopotamian origin. The Bible is also influenced by Assyriology and Egyptology, as both are Near East cultures.

Exodus is the book of the Pentateuch according to the Hebrew Bible; it is a continuation of Genesis, and it was written by Mosses. Israel was in Egypt during that period; the book starts with Mosses, his life, his work, Mosses was a great leader, as God chooses him to lead the Hebrew people away from the Egyptian people as they were treated badly and cruelly by them.


Moses tries to free his people from the Egyptians; to do this, he has to face many hardships and sacrifices. His faith is tested many times, and God was always there to help him. God helped Mosses with miracles; this story parallels the Near East stories. Mosses write the Pentateuch, and it is accepted as the ‘truth’; the story of Mosses is parallel to the Biblical story,

God says to Mosses to help the Hebrew people, and God asked him to worship him on the mountain he was standing on and God said he was there to help him, these stories are similar to the stories mentioned in different  Near Eastern culture. Nahum Sarna in his book ‘Exploring Exodus’, discusses, whether exodus from Egypt really happened, (Exploring Exodus, pg 277). He debates his arguments in the light of Near Eastern history by studying the Egyptian, Assyrian, Canaanite, and Babylonian cultures.

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