Ethiopian Orthodox

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Abuna Takla Haymanot
... Haymanot (died May 1988) was the third Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church ... from being elected for having been too close to the recently deposed Ethiopian monarchy ... made to elect a hermit bahitawi by the name of Melaku as the new Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church ...
Christian Bibles - Development of The Christian Canons - Ethiopian Orthodox Canon
... Main article Ethiopian Biblical canon The Canon of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church is wider than the canons used by most other Christian churches ... There are 81 books in the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible ... The Ethiopian Old Testament Canon includes the books found in the Septuagint accepted by other Orthodox Christians, in addition to Enoch and Jubilees which are ancient Jewish books that only ...
Abuna Theophilos - Second Patriarch of Ethiopia
... Tewophilos presided over a period of administrative reform in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church ... The Patriarch encouraged ecumenical ties with other Oriental and Eastern Orthodox Churches, and began the process of raprochment with the Roman Catholic Church ... The Patriarch visited the Holy Land, several Orthodox sees in Eastern Europe, and also toured the new Ethiopian Orthodox parishes in the Caribbean basin and North America ...
Ethiopian Orthodox Coptic Church Of North And South America
... The article Ethiopian Orthodox Coptic Church of North and South America is about an autocaphalous body recognizing Abuna Merkorios as a patriarch in exile ... They do not recognize Ethiopian Orthodox Holy Synod in Ethiopia which is led by Abune Paulos ... In a climate of confusion, a number of branches of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church now exist in the West, reflecting the divisions in Africa ...
Abuna Basilios - Early Life
... In early 1923 he was nominated Head of the Ethiopian Churches and Monasteries in Jerusalem with the title of "Memhir" ... for two years, where he gained the theological knowledge to become Ichege of the Ethiopian Church in 1933 ... this was the highest rank open to an Ethiopian within the church, for the office of Abuna, or archbishop, was always a cleric of the Coptic Church) ...

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