Paleo.In

Welcome

Recovering the alphabet, language and manuscript of the Bible.

If you are a first time visitor, please watch some Introductory Videos to understand better what we are doing and why.

Progressive Web Apps

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.

The Testimony is our current English draft of inspired scripture. We are still working on the text. We update most Fridays.

Paleo Calendar is the 30 day/month time system used to write The Testimony. Useful for following the weekly reading schedule and for finding dates for holidays.

Classroom is where we do weekly live streams. It is also where we have a catalog of previously recorded talks.

Sabbath Reads is a refactoring of the sections of The Testimony. In this app the material for each sabbath is organized together, making weekly reading easier.

400 Stories shows the structural power of The Testimony. The woven nature of the Testimony is displayed using a large table. Letters, commandments and structural form can be easily seen.

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Recent Blog Posts

400 App 2021-09-17

We have been putting attention into the 400 App. This week we released a major update. In this post I explain what we have done. Read on for more. Read More (2324 words)

Communion 2021-09-10

In this blog post I deal with an interesting possible historical source for the practice of communion. It was a well established pagan Greek practice apparently added to the text by NT editors. Read on for more. Read More (1845 words)

Versions 2021-09-03

Stopped this week to think again about versions of the text available to us. What would be the shortest path for someone who wanted to reproduce this work later? Not such an easy problem. Read on for more. Read More (1182 words)

Index

Blog Post Index lists all of our blog posts.

Phil Stone
Updated February 5, 2021