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      King Josiah tried to reform the religion of his kingdom to make monotheism the official religion, with Yahweh (God) as the only God of Judah, with the Temple in Jerusalem as the only place of worship. Some of the laws of Moses were written down at this time as part of Josiah's Deuteronomistic reforms, including an injunction to worship God alone. However, many of the laws attributed to Moses were not written until the Babylonian Exile or later, and were therefore unknown to Josiah. Much of what we now attribute to Moses should be attributed to authors of the first millennium BCE, including the Deuteronomist who wrote during the reign of Josiah.