Moses saw a part of what God showed him... but he could only put it in a way that he could understand it for a man of his time. Obviously, he would have more of an understanding of how to express what he saw in words than the average hebrew of that time because he was also schooled and brought up in the advanced civilization (of that time) of Egypt.<quoted text>
Then why don't you accept the Jewish interpretation ?
So anyways, fast-forward, there are various schools of thought amongst Jewish circles because they only can see a part "of the part" which Moses saw and those various groups will interpret it differently. Though I respect the Jews heritage of the Messiah, and see the fact that they may put a face out there to the world that they are in general consensus... a closer look reveals that they are not. They are divided in interpretation.
So that is why I more rather will look at the older originals, compare other references, and pray for guidance.
Interestingly for example, the Jews being monotheistic... some still take issue with the fact that God said, "Let US make man in OUR image." So thus it is open to interpretation.