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In this excellent work, Dr. Catherine Brown Tkacz argues against the widely held idea that the the Masoretic text of the Old Testament is “the original” text; holds that the Septuagint, which comes from equally venerable roots, is often more accurate than the Masoretic text; and demonstrates that even many contemporary Jewish scholars acknowledge the usefulness of the Septuagint.
About the AuthorDr. Catherine Brown Tkacz, who completed her graduate education studies at Notre Dame, is a Research Associate at the Bishop White Seminary at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Her latest book, forthcoming from the Edwin Mellen Press, is The Ruthenian Liturgy: An Historical-Theological Explication.