Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.
The Bible Wheel Research Project has moved to a new stage. There is now enough online information
for people to begin their own research. The pages here are designed to give the researchers a place to
share their latest findings.
Anybody who believes they have something of value to share with the body of Christ should submit the
article to the Bible Wheel author, Richard@BibleWheel.com. I will
review any and all submitted work. The contributing author will always retain the copyright,
and I will modify or remove the article at any time requested. Each published article will have a byline with the
contributor's name and email address (unless privacy is requested.)
There are very few criteria that must be met. First, there is accuracy. I endeavor to be as accurate as
possible in every way. Exreme precision in all its gory detail is prefered. Any submissions should be
as tightly integrated with previous results published on this site as possible. The primary areas of
the Bible Wheel Research Project include three Threads:
Thread 1: The Bible Wheel: The study of the auto-correlation amongst the books of the
Christian Canon generated by the geometry of the Bible Wheel and its
integration with the Hebrew alphabet.
Thread 2: The Isaiah-Bible Correlation: The study of the the detailed correspondence between the
66 chapters of Isaiah with the 66 books of the Bible.
Thread 3: Biblical Holographs: Gematria, the study of the
intrinsic alphanumeric structure of the
Hebrew and Greek languages and their associated divine revelations (OT & NT).
These threads are completely independent yet highly integrated. Each can be studied in isolation of the other two
but the best articles will demonstrate the divine design simultaneously manifesting in all three.
I pray the Lord will raise up an army of dedicated Christian intellects - who have the Mind of Christ - to
publish a few of the endless wonders of His Mighty Works. A study of this magnitude can not rest
on one man's shoulders. I am very aware of the need for collaboration, and this is my prayer
to the Lord.