Recovering the inspired manuscript of the Bible.
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Current Websites and Apps

Bible Research Bible - webapp
an annotated English version of the Bible that we maintain.

The Testimony - webapp
subsets the BRB following Acts 15 rules of additions.

400 Stories - webapp
refactors The Testimony to show important internal structure.

Sabbath Reads - webapp
refactors The Testimony into an annual reading plan.

Qu Map - webapp
maps The Testimony to important geography.

Bible Time - website
explains how time works, from calendar to modern prophetic headline dates.

Bible Tribes - website
identifies the lost tribes of ancient Israel.

Bible Clock - webapp
counts hours of the day in the same way as the text.

Bible Calendar - webapp
counts days, months and years in the same way as the text.

Bill of Materials - website
supplies 3d printable files for the alphabet related 3d models.

Classroom - webapp
holds recorded videos.


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Recent Blog Posts

  • Mordecai (2023-05-26)

    The BRB app has been undergoing review of the filter tags. This review is clarifying our thinking about which editors are responsible for what types of edits. In this blog we look closely at Mordecai. Also this week, updates to the 400 app. (2040 words)

  • May 18, 1980, The Week After (2023-05-19)

    Mount St. Helens blew up 43 years ago yesterday. The week that followed was like no other I have lived through. In this blog I share my testimony and end with some thoughts about how this applies now. (2959 words)

  • Coronation Dates (2023-05-12)

    This blog looks at the prophetic timing of the Coronation of King Charles III. By timing, it is tightly linked to the 1000th anniversary of Christianity in Russia. Then we turn to Black Rock, Republic Bank, Lindsay's EU speech, reader feedback on Mars, and finally current Covid numbers. (5274 words)

  • Lessons Learned (2023-05-05)

    I've substantially updated one of the linked articles from last week's blog. I've added lessons learned so readers can understand the journey. This blog explains my purposes in those changes. (1548 words)

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Position Papers

  • Paleo.In History

    We did not start out thinking there were problems with Bible. Now we do. This article explains our journey and why we think the Bible has trouble. (9445 words)

  • Paleo.In Theory

    This article explains the theoretical problems of recovering the inspired text of the Bible. It starts with some simple points from communications theory. This theoretical model suggests the nature of the problems that any inspired system of error detection and correction must solve. It then reviews our many failed attempts at manuscript recovery. Each of these enriched our understanding of the problem in various ways. Finally, it explains our working understanding about how the letter-perfect inspired text of the Bible will ultimately be recovered. (11684 words)

  • Paleo.In Goals

    Our goal now is to recover the letter perfect inspired text of the Bible. This article details the problem and our general steps to get there. (1703 words)

  • Is the Bible Inspired by God?

    People today mostly say no. A remnant, mostly Christian, say yes. Christians are following Luther's interpretation of Second Timothy 3:16, all scripture is God breathed. We started as Presbyterians and accepted the conventional Luther era answer. Our position has now changed, but not as you might expect. Keep reading to understand why. (3300 words)

  • Why Joshua As The Divine Name?

    We only use Joshua as the divine name. We do this in our Testimony family of texts and in our daily devotionals. We are often asked why. There are several parts to the problem and a little history. Read on to understand our thinking. (2313 words)

  • Example Bible Contradictions

    This page is a growing collection of Bible contradictions. Together they show it is unreasonable to affirm that everything in the Bible is inspired. The examples are taken from a widely used, modern, translation of the Bible, the New International Version. (1689 words)

  • Chinese Invasion of the USA

    Since at least the late 1990s prophetic people within the United States have been warned of a future ground invasion of the United States from the west by Chinese military troops. This article provides a current summary of the general prophetic and notes on future US boundaries. The purpose of this article is to provide frame of reference for other people who are experiencing prophetic warnings. Use with caution, it is by no means complete. (3156 words)


  • Annual Planners

    Each year we make a planner that can be used as a personal diary. Paper is preferred because it is better for archive and it is private. If you are interested, you need to download and print the .pdf file(s) for yourself and/or for your friends.


Phil Stone holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and a Masters degree in Business Adminstration. He quit a job in the computer industry to work full time on the Bible Time project in 1998. This work later spawned the Bible Time Line project, the Bible Tribes project, the Clock project, and the Calendar project.

After 2011 attention slowly turned to a bottom up goal of recovering the letter perfect inspired manuscript. That goal started with the Ezekiel's Bones and Bill of Materials projects for dealing with the 3D systems that recover the lost inspired alphabet. Work then shifted to the Spice Bible project, a base line for further recovery work. His work has now shifted to an unreleased project to recover the Paleo Language version of the inspired manuscript. Phil is keeper of the Paleo.In website and usually in front of the Classroom project camera. He writes and maintains the code behind all the projects.

Ryan Eaton holds a Bachelors degree in Biblical Studies. He worked as an advisor in a residential boarding school before leaving in 2006 to work full time on a Bible Book Order project. The goal was to bring better context to biblical material by adjusting the book order. That project grew and became the current Bible Research Bible project that uses stricter English than most translations and now feeds text into the other projects.

After 2015, his Bible work morphed into a top down, Bible Study and Acts 15 driven, set of projects to find an English approximation of inspired scripture. That text is now The Testimony project. His work also includes the Sabbath Reads project and the 400 Stories project. These show off important aspects of inspired internal structure. Ryan also works the Qu Map project which shows even more internal structure and shows off how the text maps to geography in the external world. Ryan is the Paleo.In proof reader and generally works behind the Classroom project camera. He writes and maintains all of the styling behind all of the projects.


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Updated April 28, 2023