A Modern-day Descendant of Moses

Moses was the great Hebrew leader who brought Israel out of Egypt.

His cousin is alive today.

Read the story here.

Claude Mariottini
Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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7 Responses to A Modern-day Descendant of Moses

  1. Or, you could just say, "David Cameron's DNA may carry the Cohen Modal Haplotype" and leave it at that.

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  2. goulablogger says:

    Who was it said to be descended from Adam was honor and shame enough for anyone?

    Chuck Grantham

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  3. Theophrastus says:

    Levites form about 1/25th of the world Jewish population.Regarding Darrell's comments about genetic tracing, Levites (on average) display distinct genetic characteristics to Kohanim; see, for example here or here.

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  4. Claire Clifford-Fennell says:

    Hello – I am a direct descendant of Moses – he is my 62 times Great Grandfather. I can trace him person to person in my Family tree

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    • Claire,

      I am glad to know that you are a descendant of Moses. I have to say that I am very skeptical of anyone being able to trace their relatives that far back, but I will take your word that you and Moses are related.

      Thank you for visiting my blog.

      Claude Mariottini

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      • Claire Clifford-Fennell says:

        I completely understand your scepticism Claude!

        https://ancstry.me/2ImlF3o Here is my Family tree – feel free to check it out

        I do apologise – Moses is my 58 times Great Uncle not my Great Grandfather.

        All the best – Claire

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      • Claire,

        I mean no criticism about your claims. The problem I see is that it is very difficult to keep reliable records over a period of more than 3,000 years. If your records are correct, you belong to a great family.

        Claude Mariottini

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