• Hamza Aslam

    give solid proof

  • Christos Rigakos

    The original Hebrew texts were said to have been destroyed in the fire at the library of Alexandria. Before this tragedy, God had inspired 72 scholars to translate the original Hebrew texts into Greek (the international language of that time) in order to preserve the original Hebrew writings. The Greek translation was called Septuagina (meaning Seventy) because it was written by the seventy (72). The Masoretic texts were written by Jews who were uncomfortable with the many references to Jesus Christ in the Greek Old Testament (Septuagint) and they altered their Masoretic text to exclude Him. The validity of the Septuagint Bible is evident because it was from this book that the Apostles often quoted Old Testament scripture.

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