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1)

On what basis was Aharon Moshe's interpreter?

1.

Tosefta, Megilah): Because Aharon was Moshe's junior, 1 and whereas it is proper for a junior to act as the interpreter of his senior, the other way round is not.


1

See Torah Temimah, 6:27, note 19.

2)

What is the meaning of "I made you Elokim to Par'oh"?

1.

Sh'mos Rabah (Sha'anan), Midrash Tanchuma, Mechilta d'R. Yishmael Masechta d'Pischa 1 and Yalkut Shimoni: It means 'You are a judge to Par'oh. 1

2.

Hadar Zekenim, Da'as Zekenim: You are like G-d to him, because Par'oh made himself a god, and said "the river is mine, and I made it." 2

3.

Hadar Zekenim (12:12): 'Elohim' here means a great person, like "u've'Chol Elohei Mitzrayim E'eseh Shefatim." 3

4.

Targum Onkelos: 'I have made you a master over Par'oh'. 4

5.

Targum Yonasan: I have put your fear into Par'oh as if you were his god. 5


1

It says "Aharon will be your Navi". This implies that 'Elokim' has some connection to Divinity? (PF)

2

Hadar Zekenim: Hashem told Moshe, do not behave haughtily towards the people

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