[quote="TimothyH, post:4, topic:287598"]
The NT draws from and quotes the OT frequently in many places.
John pulls from the OT liberally when he describes the seven seals in the Book of Revelation. Paul quotes the OT quite a bit. Even the exordium in the Book of Hebrews, the first four verses of the first chapter, draw heavily from themes explcit in the Old Testament - angels, reflecting God's glory, exact representation, etc.
I think this is what the OP was referring to, not the NT itself, but where the NT quotes and uses the OT, that it does so in a way which is misleading becasue the NT authors were inaccurately quoting the OT.
I wouldn't mind hearing what someone more knowledgeable than myslef has to say about how accurately the NT writers quoted the OT. I appears that Paul may sometimes adapt the OT texts and not quote them exactly, or may be at times referencing texts which are similar to but outside of the Hebrew or Greek Old Testament. Maybe this is a source of the confusion?
It is an interensting question.
Quotes are always in Greek. Compare the manuscripts of the NT to this claim:
"such as St. Paul in Hebrews בחלתי insted of בעלתי; is that a type of quotation?"