A revision in the sense of the canonical Jewish text was necessary”.
Further, “The quotations from the Old Testament found in the New are in the main taken from the Septuagint; and even where the citation is indirect the influence of this version is clearly seen”. This tells us clearly that Jesus and his apostles used the Greek Septuagint Old Testament and not the Hebrew Masoretic.
For a better understanding of the Magisterium read my article here.
The Magisterium is the interpreter of both Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition just as the U. Supreme Court is the guardian and interpreter of the Constitution.
In fact, Paul’s instruction on the celebration of the Eucharist itself (1 Cor. Paul then goes still further and tells the young bishop Timothy to entrust to faithful people that which he (Timothy) heard from Paul even by way of “many witnesses” (2 Tim. For a good article explaining still more about Tradition, go to this site: As for the Magisterium, it is the teaching office of the Church.
Even though the Church came first, it still serves Sacred Scripture and tradition. All bishops by their ordination have this special gift of the Holy Spirit so long as they are in communion with the Holy Father.
The Holy Trinity is one of the teachings of almost every Fundamentalist community (but not all of them) that is not specifically in the Bible.The New Testament does not come with its own list as to which writings would go into it.The difference with the Protestant Old Testament and the Catholic one is about which version was used in the time of Jesus.Those seven books, by the way are: Judith, Tobit, Baruch, Sirach (or Ecclesiasticus), the Wisdom of Solomon, First and Second Maccabees, the two Books of Esdras, additions to the Book of Esther, additions to the Book of Daniel, and the Prayer of Manasseh.Here we have the attestation of the Jews in their own online encyclopedia as to why, ultimately, the Septuagint was rendered “unwelcome”: “it had been adopted as Sacred Scripture by the new faith.I am uncertain as to why Protestants kept to the Hebrew version of the OT and rejected the version clearly used by Jesus.