Validating the bible
The Septuagint began to take shape in the 3rd century BC, in response to the needs of the Alexandrian Jewish community.
Initially, just a version of the Torah for worship and study was translated.
The Septuagint was originally the only Greek translation of the Pentateuch.
In last week’s blog post we answered the question, “Did ancient scribes faithfully transcribe biblical texts? ” I hope one truth you’re learning, as we travel this series together, is that the Bible is THE most vetted document in the history of the world.