notverylikely: "cameo, a square isn't foursquare. It has a single 90 degree angle."
four·square (fôrskwâr, fr-)
adj. 1. Having four equal sides and four right angles; square. 2. Marked by firm, unwavering conviction or expression; forthright: a foursquare refusal to yield. adv. In a forthright manner; squarely. You will notice that much of this terminology is the language of legalese. A word may have a common meaning, but the legal meaning may be something totally different. Here's another little tidbit that puts the Church into Maritime and Admiralty.
Strategic Definitions and Diagnostics: National Church Development
FMI uses a simple model to describe the process of becoming a fully functioning National Church. Regardless of country, culture, geography or history, the Wheel (as it became to be known) has proven to be an accurate description of the phases in the growth from the initial church plant in a country to when that country sends it own International Missionaries.
The Wheel identifies the most obvious landmarks that any National Church will pass on its way to maturity. That is why the Wheel is like a set of directions “…after you pass the big tree, you’ll come to a dirt path that leads to…” Like a compass, the Wheel enables leaders to find their way and focus their attention on normal progress from one stage to another. Part of the confusion came from the need for legal registration in countries. In order to register, it was necessary to have an identified leader. Consequently, the Foursquare Church in several European countries consists of a single congregation, legally recognized by the government as a national organization. http://ctw.coastlands.org/read/articles/strategic-definitions-and-diagnostics-national-church-development/ Could this be the Wheel of the goddess Fortuna? Does it also represent the wheel of a ship? Why do they have steering committees? All of these things are written in a maritime language. We are dealing with pirates.