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Artist Tesfu Berhane testifies

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The Ethiopian Orthodox Church is one of the most seasoned coordinated chapels (If not the most established) on the planet and traces all the way back to scriptural occasions (Read Acts 8:27-39 to find out additional). Despite the fact that the congregation has offered numerous expressions on “blasphemy of Emperor love” and “homegrown divination” concerning the Rastafarian, they likewise have been brought to the bleeding edge by the Rastafari and have utilized it to branch outside of Ethiopia. The congregation in Jamaica was appointed by Emperor Haile Selassie.


There are significant contrasts between the organization and the congregation. The first being the love of Emperor Haile Selassie as the Messiah/Savior. The congregation has expressed commonly that their bonus from Emperor Haile Selassie was to lead Rastafarians from adoring him and go to the loving of the God he revered. It is said that upon his re-visitation of Ethiopia from Jamaica, the Emperor addressed Abuna Yesehaq, the Archbishop of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, and announced “There is an issue in Jamaica…. If it’s not too much trouble, help these individuals. They are misconceptions, they don’t comprehend our way of life…. They need a congregation to be set up and you are picked to go.”


At first numerous in the Rastafarian people group invited the congregation anyway when unmistakably to be absolved in the congregation, a Rastafarian needed to disavow the godliness of Haile Selassie, the issues began. The congregation today has kept on keeping up with the position that it would just purify through water for the sake of Jesus Christ and not Haile Selassie.


The other large debate is the Rastafarians method of taking a custom, for this situation the Ethiopian Solomonic Kings and the National Epic, the ” Kebra Negast ” and applying it to the Rastafarian reason. The “Kebra Negast” which is a real sense means “Greatness of the Kings” in Amharic, the Ethiopian public language, is the National Epic of the Ethiopia State. It is seen by the congregation as a memorable record instead of a Prohectic record which is the view held by Rastafarians.

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