What makes you think that Moses or Abraham were real?<quoted text>I just knew I spelled it wrong, lol!...but anyway the only one from the examples I had given that is questionable is Noah, but only because of the flood epic. Everyone else for sure existed and written records outside of the Bible are available today to prove it...even though a lot of them had been destroyed, altered in substance, or names had been changed to suit the culture, i.e. the name of Jesus being changed to a more Roman sounding name instead of leaving his name in the Aramaic form as Yehushua or Yeshua. Now, somebody like Jonah (surviving in the stomach of a whale for a few days) would be one of those people who may not have existed...or maybe he did but I'm pretty sure he didn't survive in a whale without suffocation, being crushed by the pressure of the ocean as the whale would dive deep, or without being digested.
You do know that most anthropologists will quickly point out that there is no record of the Jews in Egypt. And they are very sure that an estimated 2 million people lost on a relatively small, no make that amazingly small, desert for 40 freaking years would leave some sort of evidence behind. None has been found to date.