Moses (Musa or Moshe, depends on your language), received the Written by day from our Creator in Hebrew and at night the Oral. The first tablets were written with black fire in Hebrew. When the new nation missed their mark---the 2nd was created by Moses himself. The first set was in Hebrew, the 2nd was in a Hebrew-Asserian script which was known by the people already. For all purposes, the earliest Hebrew actually came from the knowledge given to 'Adam' (=man), along with Aramaic (which the angels had no knowledge of ever--so that they would not know the details of man's instructions for life here on earth, via, Noah Covenant (see modern Deists at Noahidenation or 1stCovenant for more info).
Chabad has a very enlightening discussion on the various languages used throughout time, but the Bible Hebrew was redefined in form with the last of the great prophets, Ezra (last of the Great Assembly) around 350 bce) when he closed the Hebrew Bible for any additions and had a Aramaic edition made for the Jews still in exile outside of the Holy Land. if you read the book "In the Footsteps of the Lost Ten Tribes" by Dr. Avigdor Shachan--see the chapters on how the original Japanese alphabet is based on the early Hebrew alphabet (quite interesting), see also how Shintoism without the later invasion of Buddhism, is based on the Hebrew religion (including the Holy Temple, tzitziths [fringes], etc.).
The topic of the various languages used to learn about the Five Books of Moses was easily used by many pagans but without the laws and restraints put in place by the Almightly not to change, alter, add or subtract anything from the original, thus, you get corrupted versions never authorized, this includes the 3rd cent. ce versions that Jerome used (see the RC Church book, "Jerome Bible Commentary"). The Sept. version was also corrupt as many words in Hebrew, the intonation, the size of letters, even meanings, could not be translated into Greek, Latin, Coptic or even Aramaic without the real Torah in use beside it. However, the Dead Sea Scrolls find in the caves, came up with a buried Hebrew Bible that dates from the time of Ezra and had enough letter mistakes that could not be corrected, thus was buried as all Jewish books with "The Name" written out, had to be disposed of with care (no burning or thrown out with the garbage, etc. The good thing is, after it was discovered by the Muslims and kept with the Catholics for years, it was finally revealed that the same DSS Bible in Hebrew is the exact Bible used today around the world by the Jews in their schools, synagogues and homes. The various other books that were found came from 100s of sources over the years on various topics, but because they contained "The Name", they too were properly buried. Commentaries, learning books, journals and student notes were also found but in no way affects the original Hebrew Bible as it stands alone in history as having never been changed or corrupted by any personal motivations of zealots that copied or tried to translate the Torah.
According to the Torah itself, the Creator did in fact give Moses the written and oral at Mount Sinai.
· 9 years ago