In this video I review "When God Spoke Greek," by Timothy Michael Law. It is a book about the Septuagint, which is the textual tradition for the Orthodox Old Testament. The Septuagint is an important resource for understanding the early Church and the beginning of Christianity. Today a large portion of Christians don't even study the Septuagint and prefer the Masoretic text, which was complied centuries after the beginning of Christianity by Rabbinical Judaism, who inherited the traditions of the Pharisees. "When God Spoke Greek," is a good resource to become familiar with the Septuagint and its importance for Christianity and the roots of the Christian faith. The book also mentions the influence other books, such as the book of Enoch, on the New Testament.