And the Bible claims to be historical, thus it interacts with nations surrounding it.
God can approve of the practices of other nations or disapprove of them.
Legal codes from ancient history can be helpful in understanding why specific laws existed.
Nevertheless, I am not convinced that Hammurabi antedates Moses.
I have previously mentioned my disagreement with secular ancient chronology. Dating of the reign of Hammurabi is difficult and as has been noted several times, the chronology of ancient history is highly dependant on the chronology of Egypt.
The holy sanctuary of Ka'ba was rebuilt and re-dedicated to Islam, the reconstruction being carried out before Muhammad's death in 632C. by a shipwrecked Abyssinian carpenter in his native style.
This sanctuary was amongst the first major works of Islamic architecture.
Similarities have been noted with the Law of Moses.
For example in the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia parallels are identified for Exodus 21:2, 15, 18, 22, 24, 28-32; 22:7,10; Leviticus f; ; f; f; Deuteronomy f; f, 18f; ; 24:1, 7.
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5, the times will also change for the daily prayers.
There is no intrinsic problem with the Bible having parallels to a prior code.
The parallels may be because similar issues were being faced by the community.
Peter James, author of Numerous synchronisms have been drawn between Egypt and Mesopotamia, but many of these are based on unproved assumptions. Other suggestions based on shorter chronology suggest c. Based on king lists Hammurabi son of Sin-mubalit son of Abil-Sin belonged to the First Babylonian Dynasty.