This book on Old Testament textual criticism examines in detail some differences between the LXX and the MT for Psalm 8: 5-7. It tries to explain why these differences occurred and hypothesizes what the original autograph text might have read for these verses. It also examines the repercussions of these LXX and MT differences in contemporary translations and proposes solutions for these repercussions.Boldly, the book tries to offer a fresh translation of the LXX, at least for the verse in question. The methodological approach includes retroversion,evaluation of the differences using the canons or guidelines of Old Testament textual criticism, with more emphasis on the external criteria than on the internal. This book will be of interest to anyone interested in the Bible: its origins, errors, infallibility claim, exegesis,linguistic and hermeneutic elements.