"I haven't, God has."<quoted text>
Fair enough. I recant the arguing remark.
I haven't, God has.
Of course He can. And does.
Why did He choose Moses, Peter, Paul, etc? I don't know.
Moses had a sort if unnatural upbringing by pharaoh. He would've been the only one brave enough to approach him like a regular guy. He was very humble before God & approached Him in that manner. He expressed himself, murdered out of rage & was a slow speaker.
The dum-dum answer is "God works in mysterious ways".
If you believe in God, you know that to be true.
- you wrote this in response to my question of 'Why do you limit "God"'?
Which leads me to ask you for clarification on your knowledge of what "God" can or cannot do.
How do you know what "God" can or cannot do, if you say "He" can do this?