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The Greeks used early variants of megaphones made from bull's horns by 600 BC. It is possible that other cultures had similar tools even earlier.


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My wife asked me a similar question. Having Moses speak God's commands/words to the Elders, and then to smaller groups; seems a quite reasonable explanation. We have a similar situation with Moses exhausting himself--settling disputes. Far too many people. His father-in-law gave wise counsel: Delegate! No need to do it all yourself. Regarding the ...


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@David ~ William Ford published his doctoral thesis as an academic book, called: "God, Moses + Pharaoh" ~ what he told us in an extramural short course was that God was reminding Moses that he was to be God's Priestly and Oracular intermediary between Moses and Himself; and also that, given that Pharaoh's whole culture was governed by many gods, and that ...


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Found a useful thought on the page https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2004206#h=23:0-24:0, which notes: How was Moses made “God to Pharaoh”? Moses was given divine power and authority over Pharaoh. Hence, there was no need to be afraid of that king. Highlighted here on another page https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2002564#h=27:0-28:0 is the ...


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