Replenishment of lost scripture verses using the Greek Septuagint by Ted Bruckner

If anyone experienced problems with links, I will repost them here below in order from beginning to end...
(source: February 12, 1956 article in the Jewish Telegraphic Agency .)
Many scrolls agree with the Septuagint text we have; the same
faithfully rendering the original Hebrew text. Check out:
“MT, SP, or LXX? Deciphering a Chronological and Textual Conundrum in Genesis 5”
DIGITAL: The Septuagint in American English 2012: LXX2012 by Michael Johnson also available from Amazon Kindle Edition $1.99 free Kindle software is offered and is provided.) 
BOOK: The Septuagint with Apocrypha: The Greek Old Testament in English: Third Edition by
Ex Fontibus Company - an excellent reformulation and upgrade of Michael Johnson’s LXX2012.

Good quality softcover. It bothers some people that the Ex Fontibus Company put it’s catalog of books at the end but the pages tore-out with no problem and it’s like they never were there. 

Online is the Official Septuagint text:

1) of the Church of Greece and the Patriarch of Constantinople -

2) is the jointly-produced Greek text from the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the Hellenic Bible Society: a text which has corrected many of the errant mistakes made through various editions over the years.
Second choice: The Orthodox Study Bible also features having a NKJV NT. It omits the second half of Isaiah 22:22. Read about it on customer reviews on Amazon. 
LXX: The Septuagint is a horrible reprinting of Brenton’s text and doesn’t supply the footnotes. has the Brenton Septuagint translation text and KJV MT OT side-by-side, chapter-by-chapter in chart form (but lacks Brenton’s Septuagint footnotes which are important.)

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