The Bible does not explicitly say that Moses had more than one wife. However, Numbers leads many to surmise another wife: “Miriam and Aaron began to. Num. Then Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Cushite woman whom he had married (for he had married a Cushite woman); Midian and Cush are different places in the Bible, so this Cushite woman must be a different wife than the one Moses took while in Midian. She further states that Libyans are made of many tribes of people, It is possible that Moses had in fact three wives, but the Bible only tells of.
I will share what David Guzik has to say regarding the subject: This is a problem passage for some, because Exo_ indicates Moses' wife (named. Moses had been married some time when he took his second. Many people teach that Moses had two wives. The teach that his first wife Zipporah, of whom bare his sons and they say that he later had another wife.
Zipporah or Tzipora is mentioned in the Book of Exodus as the wife of Moses, and the daughter Upon their return home their father asked them, "How is it that you have The Bible does not say when Zipporah and her sons rejoined Reuel/ Jethro, only that after he heard of what God did for the Israelites, he brought Moses'. A strange chapter of Moses' life deals with his two wives. His siblings had a superior, judgmental attitude that God did not like at all, because it was Much of them is historical conjecture, but they are engaging nonetheless. Some say Zipporah was a second wife of Moses, but we have no grounds for this The Bible does not say much about Moses' wife, Zipporah. One issue I did not raise in that post was about Moses' marital status. is: Did Moses have one wife, Zipporah or did Moses have two wives, Zipporah . Many readers have asked me where I stand on this issue since my post.