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The Septuagint as Christian Scripture: Its Prehistory and the Problem of Its Canon

  title={The Septuagint as Christian Scripture: Its Prehistory and the Problem of Its Canon},
  author={Martin Hengel and Roland Deines and Robert Hanhart and Mark E. Biddle},
A difficult subject the LXX as a collection of writings claimed by Christians the later consolidation of the Christian "Septuagint Canon" the origin of the Jewish LXX the origin the the "Christian Septuagint" and its additional writings. 
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