Some differences:There remains the investigation of the ways in which Jesus Christ was uniquely "that Prophet" like unto Moses.
Both were objects of Divine intervention to save their lives in infancy.
Both were sons of virgin princesses.
Both were called to deliver God's people.
Both were rejected by Israel.
Both were the greatest miracle-workers that the world ever saw.
Both left a palace (Jesus left heaven, Moses left Pharaoh's) to do their work.
Both gave themselves up for God's people.
Both were mediators, Moses of the Old Covenant, Jesus of the New Covenant.
Both were both prophet and king to the people.
Both have their words enshrined in the Bible.
Both were Israelites from among the brethren.
Both accomplished their missions.
Both delivered God's law to men.
Both were transfigured.
Both had God's people baptized "unto them."
Both gave bread to Israel, the manna and "the bread of life."
Both received special treatment in death - God buried Moses and God raised Jesus.
Both lead God's people - Moses in the wilderness; Christ during our lives.
Both Moses and Jesus were faithful.
Both were full of compassion and love for the people whom they led.
Both constructed essential institutions, the tabernacle and the church.
Both spoke with God face-to-face.
Both were prophets of super ability.
Both were master teachers of superlative ability.
Both exhibited infinite patience with sinful men.
Both were honored by 3,000 responses the day their laws went into effect.
Both began their miracles in water - the Nile to blood; the water to wine. Both gave water to the people - Moses at the rock, Christ the living water.
Both delivered people from slavery - Moses literally, Christ from sin.
Both were shepherds - Moses literally; Christ is the Good Shepherd.
Etc., etc., etc.
Moses had a father. Jesus had no father.
Mary was not married. Moses' mother was married. Moses' father married his father's sister.
God spoke direct only with Moses. We do not see God talking to Jesus directly at all.
Jesus was a carpenter, not a shepherd. He was a shepherd only in the sense that he tried to guide his flock of twelve and some others.
While Moses freed Hebrew slaves from the Pharaoh. Jesus did not get his people freed from the Roman occupation.
Jesus founded no church. After he passed away, his disciples worshipped the LORD at the Temple.
Moses was accepted by Israel. Jesus was not. He was rejected.