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I was reading in Torah that in one place it says that God wrote the second tablets and the other verse says Moshe did Ex 34:27 and Deut 10:1 what is the explaintion to this since others claim it's a contradiction.

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  • 34:27 isn't referring to the Ten Commandments (which were inscribed on the Tablets); 34:1 states (like Deut. 10:1) that G-d wrote those. It's talking about the more detailed laws in 34:11ff.
    – Meir
    Sep 5 '21 at 0:44
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Ki Sisa 34:27

The Lord said to Moses: "Inscribe these words for yourself, for according to these words I have formed a covenant with you and with Israel."

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these words: But you are not permitted to write down the Oral Torah. -[from Gittin 60b]

This refers to the Torah Shebichsav (Written Torah) not to the two tablets of the ten commandments as we see in the next verse. Ki Sisa 27:28

He was there with the Lord for forty days and forty nights; he ate no bread and drank no water, and He inscribed upon the tablets the words of the Covenant, the Ten Commandments.

Hashem inscribed the two new tablets Himself. Moshe spent the forty days writing the Torah itself and studying the halacha

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