In Search of...: Season 4, Episode 12

The Ten Commandments/Mount Sinai (13 Dec. 1979)

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A look at Mt. Sinai, where Moses was supposed to have received the Ten Commandments from God.

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A look at Mt. Sinai, where Moses was supposed to have received the Ten Commandments from God.

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27 September 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

The classic biblical account of Moses, who was a simple man chosen by God to lead his people out of slavery, parting the Red Sea and receiving the Ten Commandments, which were God's word written on stone tablets at Mt. Sinai, is profiled here, and the results are most interesting and even-handed. Moses lived a long life as he struggled to find a permanent home for his people, the Israelites, who ran into trouble with God when they built the Golden Calf, a false idol, so soon after the given miracles. That an imprint of what looks like a calf is shown in the historical spot is quite provocative. Of course, one can't forget the famous film with Charlton Heston either!


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