And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God,
and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.
The Bible was given to teach us the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. Knowing God through Him is
its ultimate proclamation, as it is written in John 17:3 above.
This is the purpose of the Bible. It coincides exactly with the purpose of the Bible Wheel.
To many, the Bible is a disjointed book. The Bible Wheel reveals an entirely new depth of its Perfect Unity.
Countless saints throughout the ages have seen the thematic unity of its story - from the Creation and
Fall in Genesis, the prophecy of Christ as the Passover Lamb in Exodus, and so forth through to the
coming of Christ in the Gospels and birth of the Church in Acts, unto the proclamation of the Doctrine
of Grace in the Epistles, and finally the consumation of all history in Revelation - as sufficient proof of
the Divine Unity of the Holy Bible.
They were, of course, correct.
Furthermore, the thematic unity of God's Book is one of the best apologetics, because it teaches
the Gospel even as it proves the Bible. This is to be compared with the fruitlessness of
arguing such things as evolution or creationism. Even when such arguments are won, the opponent has not come one step
closer to hearing the Gospel. Muslims argue for the same thing.
But there is a weakness in this traditional apologetic. Skeptics and atheists can choose to
focus on the vast diversity within the unity of the Bible and this then leads to a fruitless stalemate which
is all that they need to deny the Christian proclamation.
The revelation of the Bible Wheel transcends this stalemate. It builds on this traditional
apologetic and amplifies it beyond all measure. But this is only the beginning. The Bible Wheel impacts
every aspect of biblical studies. It solves a host of seemingly intractable problems with the Canon, such as the
question of what books it is supposed to contain and issues such as the
Apocryphal additions to Esther,
the Synoptic Problem, and apparent inconsistencies
in parallel passages between Kings and Chronicles, to name but a few.
It truly is the Rosetta Stone of Biblical Hermeneutics.
And beyond all this, it is utterly invincible to any rational attack!
I have been presenting this information on internet forums since June 2001, and no one yet has ever come close to finding
any systematic error or fundamental flaw in it. Not one! I have begun documenting
their failed attempts in the "Response to Critics" section listed on the sidebar. I will add more as I find time.