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There is even a section of the wall left standing (that was buried beneath layers of dirt of course) in the north section of the city that Rahab's house must have been built against.The evidence corroborates Joshua's story, but the problem is Kathleen Kenyon made errors in the dating of the pottery of the period and claimed that Jericho was destroyed 150 years before Joshua got there.However nowhere does the Bible specifically say it was the sound waves themselves that caused the walls to fall just that it happened while the people shouted.Anyway the archeological evidence seems to indicate that God sent an Earthquake at exactly the moment they shouted, and that 8m high 2m thick mud-brick wall on top of the 4m high revetment wall and embankment fell down and created ruble high enough for them to climb over the embankment and stone revetment wall.Sure, sound can be a powerful - an alarm clock can get you out of bed and headed for the shower, a pop song can send you back to Junior Prom. In the bible, the walls of Jericho fall to the sound of seven shofar players (shofars are basically trumpets made of rams' horns).In this podcast, Jad and Robert talk to engineer and sound expert David Lubman to find out how many shofars it would actually take to level a Bronze Age wall.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.

Like a child on a park swing, if the pusher wants to make the child go higher, the pusher would only push when the child hits the highest swinging point.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.The amount of players and the amount of time they played reinforces this idea; while the force module (strength) isn't important in resonance, more power can speed things up. -rod It wasn't just sound circling Jericho - it was also dancing/moving in unison.Lastly, human constructions being brought down by resonance isn't a new thing. To this day some bridges in Europe and perhaps elsewhere have signs that say that soldiers must break stride when walking across bridges lest they fall down due to unison marching.

Like a child on a park swing, if the pusher wants to make the child go higher, the pusher would only push when the child hits the highest swinging point.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.The amount of players and the amount of time they played reinforces this idea; while the force module (strength) isn't important in resonance, more power can speed things up. -rod It wasn't just sound circling Jericho - it was also dancing/moving in unison.Lastly, human constructions being brought down by resonance isn't a new thing. To this day some bridges in Europe and perhaps elsewhere have signs that say that soldiers must break stride when walking across bridges lest they fall down due to unison marching."Then the lamb ram sheep horns began to blow The trumpets began to sound Joshua commanded the children to shout"Some of the comments left by believers are amusingly ridicules. which is why troops are taught to break stride when crossing bridges. I believe that God works within the laws of physics because he created physics. I liked the ol' hole in the shield bit there at the end but I think atmospheric conditions could have played a large role.