If a tradition claims to be the font and fullness of God’s revelation, and that tradition prizes a translation of the Old Testament (Vulgate, LXX) over the Hebrew/Aramaic, then the act of reading Hebrew is itself a literary defiance. This is the question I asked the anchorites at OrthoBridge: if the LXX is the text by which we measure other texts, then what’s the point of even using the Hebrew? At this point Harnack’s charge of Hellenism is actually correct! If we marginalize the Bible that Yeshua read, is this not a de-Hebraicizing of Yeshua? Isn’t this downplaying (if not fully separating) his human nature?