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2013 New Year Reflections: How Integrity led me into and drove me out of Evangelical Christianity

My meme for the New Year is “Let 2013 be the Year of Love and Unity.” I coined this meme at the end of my New Year’s Eve article On Integrity as the Highest Value where I discussed the fundamental ontological unity of the concepts of love, unity, and integrity which is the basis of [...]

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The Bible Wheel as a Cosmic Mandala of Archetypal Wholeness

“The mandala is an archetypal image whose occurrence is attested throughout the ages. It signifies the wholeness of the Self. This circular image represents the wholeness of the psychic ground or, to put it in mythic terms, the divinity incarnate in man.” – Carl Jung, Memories, Dreams and Reflections Pgs 334-335 “The “squaring of the [...]

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Who Designed the Bible Wheel?

When I first discovered the Bible Wheel in 1995, I soon became convinced that it was designed by “God.” My conception of God at that time was pretty much in line with with the “Guy-in-the-sky” style God of traditional Christian theism. I have since come to realize that I do not, indeed cannot, believe in [...]

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Catholic Answers Censored the Bible Wheel!

=========================================================== Update 9/28/10: For general accuracy and respect towards Catholics, I have edited this post to remove some of the unnecessarily inflammatory comments that I wrote in the heat of the moment. I was utterly shocked and dismayed to have the conversation cut short just when I felt progress was being made, and I think [...]

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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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What is the Bible Wheel?

A Simple Beginning The Bible Wheel is a circular presentation of the Bible that I discovered by rolling up the traditional list of the sixty-six books like a scroll on a spindle wheel of twenty-two spokes which correspond to the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. The order of the Hebrew alphabet is established in [...]

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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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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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Higher Dimensional View Unifies 2D Mobius Transformation

A friend sent me this link today. It shows how all aspects of the Mobius Transformation of a 2D plane are unified when viewed from three dimensions. This is an example of how a view from a higher dimension reveals unified patterns that are not obvious when viewed in lower dimensions. This is the same [...]

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