Memeher Mehreteab Asefa’s message. The Orthodox Tewahedo scriptural ordinance is a variant of the Christian Bible utilized in the two Oriental Orthodox houses of worship of the Ethiopian and Eritrean practices: the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church and the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church. Not at all like the King James Bible, which contains 66 books, the Ethiopic Bible involves an aggregate of 84 books and incorporates a few works that were dismissed or lost by other Churches. This composition, be that as it may, just holds back the four good news accounts and the initial eight books of the Old Testament.
Moreover, dissimilar to numerous different Christians, the Ethiopian Orthodox Church accepts that Jesus Christ has one nature that is exclusively heavenly, rather than two that are both heavenly and human. “The Ethiopian Church goes down from King Solomon,” the Rev. Gebra Mariam, talking in Amharic, said through a translator. Alongside Codex Vaticanus, the Codex Sinaiticus is viewed as one of the most significant compositions accessible, as it is one of the most seasoned and logical nearer to the first text of the Greek New Testament.