Hebrews tells us "By faith the walls of Jericho fell down, after they were compassed about seven days." God certainly could have used any means he wanted, but clearly points to the faith of the Israelites as the cause of the wall falling down.
This seems to me that God chose to work supernaturally in this case.
"I didn't leave room for the idea that dating could be a healthy way of learning what you're looking for in a long-term relationship, that it could be a part of growing personally," he said.
"I gave the impression that there was one formula that you could follow, and if you followed that, you'd be happily married, God would bless you, and you'd have a great sex life and marriage." He added, "Obviously, the real world doesn't work that way." However, the 42-year-old pastor and author said what he regrets most is the fact that he transferred the fear inside of him to his writing. "Fear of messing up, fear of getting your heart broken, fear of hurting somebody else, fear of sex." Harris, who went on to serve as senior pastor of Covenant Life Church for several years, said he finally understood the problems in his book after he stopped being the pastor of a large church and went to graduate school.
You kinda forgot it was not just 7 shofars that blew but nearly 3,000,000 Israelites that shouted at the top of their lungs as well and you did not factor in resonance.To get a sense of the power of the shofar, we pay a visit to Cantor Daniel Pincus to hear him and his students blow some horns.Then, we talk to inventor Woody Norris for a modern approach to this biblical challenge."I stopped having to be constantly right about everything," he said."I just became a student who was listening." Today, Harris said he's working with those who have been hurt by his book and is even producing a documentary that shares his journey and delves into how religious communities talk about sex and relationships.