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Mount Sinai in the Sinai Bible. Mount Sinai. Mount Sinai is renowned for its great importance in the biblical book of Exodus. If the current Gebel Musa is the biblical Mount Sinai continues to cause controversy among religious scholars. In the Torah, Mount Sinai is also called Mount Horeb and Mount of the Lord. Jewish scholars have long ensured that the exact location of Mount Sinai was unknown, giving the reason that their location was located on land incognita. This is not surprising, since it is one of the holiest places of their religion, especially famous for being the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments of the Lord. In biblical times, the place of the mountain was apparently well known, as shown in the description of Joseph camped on the mountain called Sinai, leading the multitudes to feed there.It’s in the highest mountains of the place, and the best grass, because grass is good, and had not been eaten before, because of the view that men had that God dwelt there, and the pastors did not dare climb up the place. Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, Book II, Chapter 12. And it was known in the days of Ahab king of Israel, as told in the story of Elijah’s journey: “And he arose and ate and drank, and walked with the strength of that food forty days and forty nights to Horeb The mountain of God. ” 1Ki: 19.8. The last Biblical mention of the place is in the New Testament: “For this Agar is Mount Sinai in Arabia.” Galatians 4-25. Sinai Peninsula, showing the location of Jabal Musa’s position was evidently forgotten the mountain later. The positioning in Jebel Musa did two monks who claimed to have found the “burning bush” of Moses, about 300 AD.This bush is located, according to tradition, the monastery of Saint Catherine, Egypt. The belief of the location of Mount Sinai has lasted 1700 years and has become part of tradition. The real biblical place, however, is still uncertain. Sinai The name comes from “Moon god Sin, probably, like the desert of Sin. Judaism teaches that as soon as the Jews received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai, were hated by the rest of the world have been those who received the divine word (a situation presented as a play on words: Sinai as Seen-ah, meaning hate). The area was hit by the third month of the Hebrew Exodus. There were encamped about a year. The last twenty-two chapters of Exodus, along with the entire Book of Leviticus and Numbers chap. 1-1, contain a record of what happened while they were at Mount Sinai. From Rephidim (Ex.17, 8-13) the Israelites traveled to “the desert of Sinai, and encamped there” before the mountain. “