I found this on the Logos blog today. It’s something I wrote for the Logos blog in 2007, and I don’t think I ever posted it here. Forgot I even wrote it (I’m doing some LXX thinking today at work so I found it via Google!). Here’s the short article — it addresses the “law dispensed by angels” idea in the NT, something that isn’t in the traditional Hebrew text, but IS suggested by the LXX.
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is that why Paul (if im not mistaken) said that if any other message is received from an angel, it should be condenmed?
Galatians 1:8 (New International Version)
8But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let him be eternally condemned!
a@rode: Interesting idea, and I think it’s related to some degree. Angels were common mediators in Jewish literature, including the Bible (Scripture or not – perhaps just messenging), and so Paul went to the “nth” degree to warn his readers.