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Theistic Jews who do not believe there were Jewish slaves in Egypt, what are your views on the historical Moses and his role as a prophet of God?

There is virtually zero archeological evidence that there were Jewish slaves in Egypt. This poses a big problem for the book of Exodus without proper context. Personally I’m a devout Christian and believe Moses did speak to God in Sinai and brought the tablets down of the commandments. However, I am struggling to reconcile the belief that Moses was a prophet that spoke to God and the fact that archeological evidence contradicts the idea that Moses led Jewish slaves out of Egypt. For theistic Jews that accept the existence of God and that Moses was a prophet of God while rejecting the Jewish slave narrative, how do you reconcile these seemingly difficult to reconcile views?

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