In what language did god write the commandents?
Jewish (Hebrew) writing dates to 800 - 1000 bce. The commandents were given in about 1200 bce. which then creates a quandry.
It was still Hebrew , the commandments were given to the Jewish and they spoke Hebrew.
Please understand that if the Hebrews did not have a written language before the Ten Commandments; how then could they read anything? Why would a god write in a language they could not comprehend?
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