First a disclaimer, this is getting so totally off topic, please start a new thread.
Actually no, it doesn’t. All of writings, of what we now know as the “Old Testament” were, in fact, in circulation and use prior to the institution of His Church, but they were not agreed upon by any Jewish authority. The Palestinian tradition of Jews followed, and taught, from a different collection than the Alexandrian (Septuagint) tradition. There was no “Old Testament” until there was a “New Testament”. The Jews don’t recognize the Christian New Testament as Scripture, and the Jews didn’t “establish” their cannon, or create their “OT” until (around 70 a.d.) after the Catholic Church was established. It should be noted that the Catholic Church did NOT add any books to the Jewish Scriptures. The Catholic Church, and all of Christianity for the first 1500 years, followed the Alexandrian tradition, Septuagint. One reason the Jews rejected the deutrocannon is because it so apparently points to Jesus of Nazareth, as the Messiah. During the reformation, the fathers of the reformation chose to accept the tradition of those who rejected Jesus as the Messiah, the Palestinian tradition, rather than the Alexandrian tradition. Please read both, it is clear that Jesus taught from the Alexandrian tradition, several of His quotes are not found in the Hebrew but only in the Greek translations. Why the protestors use the Jewish cannon, which denies the divinity of Jesus, and reject the Christian tradition, which clearly points to Jesus, baffles me except that the Christian tradition points to many “Catholic” teachings such as praying to and for the dead, purgatory, the resurrection, which the reformers (and the Jewish leaders) disagreed with.