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What Does God Require of Us?

Questions for Lesson 2

Who Is God?

Lesson 2:2 ...God's name has been replaced...
The lesson informs the reader that God's name is Jehovah, and implies that current Bible versions have been improper in rendering the tetragrammaton (YHWH) with the titles LORD and GOD. However, the use of "Lord" and "God" as a translation for the tetragrammaton was in use at Christ's time,... The Septuagint was the Bible translation used for all the Bible quotations by the writers of the New Testament. (By Reese Currie, Compass Distributors)
Why then did Christ not reject or object to the Septuagint, an ancient Greek version of the Old Testament which excluded the DIVINE NAME?.
If Christ used the Septuagint that did not refer to the divine name do you think its good enough for modern believers?