Paleo Language Institute is working on recovering a family of scrolls collectively called The Testimony of Joshua, or more simply The Testimony. Our work involves recovery of the alphabet, the language, the letter-perfect manuscript and related tools like a lexicon and an English translation.
This inspired family of scrolls started to receive editing at Solomon's reign. They continued to receive editing and were completely absorbed into the uninspired "Law of Babel" after the Babylonian captivity. The Law of Babel gained a heavily edited New Testament and is called The Bible to this day.
Because the Law of Babel was edited under a rule that disallowed removal, the inspired text of The Testimony remains buried within. It remains recoverable from modern manuscripts following clues left by the original, inspired, authors.
The Testimony is the long hoped for solution to a well known family of problems involving the lost original copies of The Bible. It is not as simple as scholars might have hoped for. It does, though, address essentially all the objections raised against the Bible from within secular society. To get you started read the About page in The Testimony web app linked below.
Use your browser's "add to home screen" function to install the following applications. Once installed, they run even when your device is off line. The following run fine on desktop devices but are also tuned for use on Android and iOS mobile devices.
|The Testimony is our current English draft of inspired scripture. It is divided into 8 scrolls with 75 books. The text in this application is still being recovered. It auto updates most Fridays. Please use the upper right menu within this app to find the About page and read a more lengthy introduction found there.|
|Bible Research Bible is our Bible for Research in the Bible. This is our primary sandbox for exploring textual corrections against standard bibles. The text has a large number of translator word choice changes to help study numerous issues across the text. The app contains an exhaustive set of controls to study various issues. It includes extensive notes on additions. This is the starting point for the english in The Testimony app linked above.|
|Paleo Calendar is the 30 day/month time system used to write The Testimony. Useful for finding modern dates for holidays, especially Tabernacles when The Testimony's 8 scrolls are to be read across 8 days.|
|Paleo Clock is a clock that tells time in the same way as used to write The Testimony. Useful for understanding timing of events in Passion Week.|
We have been working on this problem, and its precursors, full time since Joshua called us to the work in the middle of 1998. We have solved a long list of non-obvious and highly technical problems related to the Bible. Most of those problems, and their solutions, have not been shared publicly.
Joshua is leading us to start sharing, even though we are not completely finished with the work. We will be using our blog as the primary vehicle for making this material public.
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We are building out a new online presence to explain this work more completely. Website updates will come over the next few months. Be patient with us, we have much work still to do.
I pray you would study carefully the work we are doing, and not dismiss it lightly.
I pray that you would also decide to follow Joshua, just as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Philip, Nathanael, Peter, Paul and many others did so long ago.
September 18, 2018