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January 22, 1993 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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But the pathos of Moses had
to be established with two au-
diences: the Israelites and
Pharaoh. This demonstrates
the uniques of Moses. He had
been raised like an Egyptian
prince but had the heart and
mind of an Israelite.
The logos of Moses was
clear. God gave him the plan
he was to present to Pharaoh
— the plagues. Each time
Pharaoh refused to release
God's people, Moses signaled
for the next plague. It was not
until the 10th plague, when
the angel of death took the
first son of every Egyptian
Family, that Pharaoh claimed
lefeat and' freed the
Israelites.
- Great persuaders think first
about how to be effective and
use what is available to them
before any communication
Lakes place. For Moses, the
nost available and effective
means of persuasion was his
ethos, pathos and logos.
Despite his speech deficiency,
Moses triumphed as an effec-
tive persuader.
Moses' story illustrates an
mportant message. We can-
not view ourselves based on
what we believe are weak-
:iesses. God's plan for us may
•n.ean that what we see as a
iefect is indeed one of our
,neater assets. ❑

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third annual Melava Malka 8
p.m. Jan. 23 at Congregation
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West Lincoln Dr., Oak Park.
Honorees will be Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Resnik. Dr.
Resnik is a professor of
physiology and medicine and
is director of hypertension at
Wayne State University. He
Was also been a physician of
the Lubavitcher Rebbe since
1978. Molly Resnik is a
former writer and producer of
NBC News in New York.
For information, call Leah
Rosenstein, 548-6285.

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