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Mosheh ben Amram (traditional attribution)

Mosheh ben Amram (affectionately, Mosheh Rabbeinu -- our teacher, Mosheh; fl. 13th century BCE) is the pre-eminent prophet in all forms of Judaism and one of the most important prophets in Christianity, Islam, the Druze faith, the Baháʼí Faith and other so-called Abrahamic religions. According to both the Torah and the Quran, Mosheh was the leader of the Israelites and the recipient of the Divine Instruction/Teaching (Torah), and the first five books of the Torah are traditionally attributed to him. A handful of psalms are also traditionally attributed to him (Psalms 90-95). In the Rabbinic Jewish tradition, besides the name "Mosheh" given to him by Pharaoh's daughter Bityah, he was also known by other names: Yared, Avi Gedor, Ḥever, Avi Sokho, Yequtiel, Avi Zano'aḥ, Shemayah, and "Heiman" (span class="hebrew">הֵימָן).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses_in_rabbinic_literature

תהלים צ׳ | Psalms 90, a tefilah by Mosheh translated by Rabbi Zalman Schachter Shalomi

Contributed on: 19 Mar 2022 by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi | Mosheh ben Amram (traditional attribution) | the Masoretic Text |

A paraliturgical translation of Psalms 90 in English, set side-by-side with the Masoretic Hebrew. . . .


תהלים צ״א | Psalms 91, a song against evil spirits translated by Rabbi Zalman Schachter Shalomi

Contributed on: 19 Mar 2022 by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi | Mosheh ben Amram (traditional attribution) | the Masoretic Text |

A paraliturgical translation of Psalms 91 in English, set side-by-side with the Masoretic Hebrew. . . .



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