Is it still there?
How can a stone hear all the words that God spoke to the Israelites? Is the oak still there?
What about all the other stones meant to be memorials in the Bible?
Is it still there? Do you mean is the stone and the oak tree still there? I don't believe so after all these centuries because the stone served as God's covenant renewal ceremony at Shechem, and the oak tree (in the ESV the tree was called the terebinth) was merely the place Joshua placed the stone right next to the Sanctuary (Holy Place) of God.
The stone did not hear the words that God spoke to the Israelites. The stone was only meant to commemorate the covenant as Joshua required.
This is why he confirmed the testimony of two witnesses, the people and the stone marking the binding covenant before God.
I don't find anywhere that the stone remains there in Shechem today, (maybe someone picked it up and had it put in a museum,) I don't know.
I feel the oak tree mentioned in this passage of Joshua is important as all of God's Word, but I don't know the entire significance only that the stone was placed under the oak tree.
Joshua 24:26-27, 26 And Joshua wrote these words in the Book of the Law of God. And he took a large stone and set it up there under the terebinth that was by the sanctuary of the Lord. 27 And Joshua said to all the people, “Behold, this stone shall be a witness against us, for it has heard all the words of the Lord that he spoke to us. Therefore it shall be a witness against you, lest you deal falsely with your God.” - ESV
As far as the other stones meant to be memorials in the Bible, I'm sure google will help you.
Thank you for submitting your thread, Joshua's Great Stone.
God bless you, Lanolin.