Category Archives: Canon Structure

Studies of the structure of the Biblical Canon

Twin Anniversaries of Bible Wheel Discoveries

Yesterday, May 12, was the 15th anniversary of the day I discovered the Bible Wheel. Tomorrow, May 14, will be the 11th anniversary of the day I discovered the Canon Wheel. I forgot to blog about this yesterday, but that’s ok, since now I am between the two dates and can simply commemorate both in [...]

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Discovery of the Canon Wheel

THE SEVENFOLD SYMMETRIC PERFECTION of the Canon Wheel is one of the most obvious signs of the divine design of the Bible. It is, therefore, the first point of attack by most opponents. They typically start by asserting that the seven canonical divisions are arbitrary and therefore meaningless. Others assert that there are various ways [...]

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Evidence for the Sevenfold Structure of the Canon

The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple. The statutes of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart: the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes. — Psalm 19:7-8 The Canon Wheel THE SEVENFOLD SYMMETRIC PERFECTION of the Canon Wheel [...]

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Comparison of Christian OT and the Jewish Tanakh

The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD: and he delighteth in his way. — Psalm 37:23 The Christian Bible is the product of countless steps taken by humble men and women – both Jews and Christians – who served the Lord with all their hearts, all their souls, and all their [...]

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The Scroll vs. the Codex

Then said I, Lo, I come: in the volume (megillah) of the book it is written of me, I delight to do thy will, O my God: yea, thy law is within my heart. — Psalm 40:7-8 The Lord Jesus Christ is the grand subject of all Scripture. The passage above contains His own words [...]

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A Complete Categorical View of the Bible

THE SEVENFOLD SYMMETRIC PERFECTION of the Canon Wheel is one of the most obvious signs of the divine design of the Bible. It is, therefore, the first point of attack by most opponents. They typically start by asserting that the seven canonical divisions are arbitrary and therefore meaningless. Others assert that there are various ways [...]

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Does the Bible really have 49 books?

I received a message from my online feedback form, but unfortunately the writer must have mistyped his email address because my answer was returned as undeliverable. So I thought I would post it here, which is a good idea anyway so others can benefit. Hi I have recently learnt that the original OT is in [...]

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Refutation of “Restoring the Original Bible” by Ernest L. Martin

The world has never had a complete Bible of the Old and New Testaments in the original manuscript order of the biblical books. This is a fact! It is almost unbelievable that such a non-manuscript arrangement of the books of the Bible could exist, but all modern translations of the Holy Scriptures do not follow [...]

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