Let's have a look at your refutation of the second point.
I'm sorry to say that this doesn't pass as refutation at all. All you've given is a dismissal of the evidence, but you haven't engaged with it in any way. Are you saying the details were given simply to make the Jews ashamed of their iniquities? Is that the best you can do?2) the precision measurements given in a painfully exact description of a temple complex
There is no problem here at all becasue the existence of "details" implies nothing about whether or not it is meant symbolically. But as for the "details" they were given so that the Jews would be ashamed of their iniquities. And how does that work? Well, I know that the primary details show the Temple to be the Word of God - the Christian Bible of 66 books. And that's exactly what we would expect to convince the Jews of their sins. Indeed, the Jews model the Torah on the Temple, so they are ready to recieve the revelation of the isomorphism of the Bible Wheel and Ezekiel's Temple.
Look, from where I stand, it appears you don't want to engage with the detail because it contradicts other things you have learnt. Well, it's time to challenge those things to see if they are right. To relegate the detailed measurements to being basically trivial information is a cop-out of the worst kind. And I say that because we are not just talking about detail, we are talking about intricate and minute detail. If God intended the exact instructions He gave for the construction of the tabernacle to be carried out to the letter, we can reasonably expect He intended the same for Ezekiel's temple when He gave such precision measurements. Now, unless you can show from Scripture that these measurements were not intended to be literal, then I'd say your refutation of this point is baseless.
It is difficult to comment on your attempt to link the Bible Wheel to Ezekiel's temple without descending into ridicule. You'd be one of a handful of people at best in this world who would even think such a thing. And by handful, I mean one hand. The Bible Wheel has its place as a witness to the Bible. No problems with that. But you have got to be joking if you think the Jews are gonna give it even a second thought. How many Jews do you know of who have been convicted of Christ through the Bible Wheel thus far? Is there even one? I expect not. The Bible Wheel has barely even made an impression amongst Christians, let alone this idea that it has anything to do with being a witness to the Jews, or, even worse, that it has anything whatsoever to do with the details of Ezekiel's temple!
Sorry if that's offensive, but I have to speak the plain truth here. I think you've grossly overstepped the role that the Bible Wheel has, and I'm just letting you know that as a concerned brother. If anyone outside of the few engaging in this forum read your refutation on the lines that the Bible Wheel tells us that Ezekiel's temple measurements are symbolic of the Bible, well ... you'd be dodging rotten tomatoes for the rest of your days!
In summary, Ezekiel's temple is not the Bible in symbolic form, Richard. The Bible won't be necessary when we have Christ in all his fulness, for everything will by then be fulfilled (1 Corinthians 13:10). It should be understood literally, as God intended it, unless a plausible case can be presented to refute it. That's the plain text. You have not even come close to a plausible refutation thus far.