How does elie view Moshe at the beginning of the book

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Elie views him as a teacher and sort of a mystic. While Elie's father is busy with business, Elie and Moshe delve into the metaphysical. They discuss their interpretations on sacred texts, as well as the relationship between God and human beings. Elie views these talks as a spiritual awakening.