Tewahido Bible Study

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Summary

And when they heard that he spake in the Hebrew tongue to them, they kept the more silence...

Show Notes

In February 2020, prior to the pandemic, our normal english liturgy was graced by a new brother in Christ who is half Guatemalteco and half Ethiopian. So that the good news could be maximally shared, I spent a few minutes in my broken Spanish feeding his kinfolk. There’s nothing like hearing the good news in your own tongue. See the acts of the apostles, when paul begins speaking in the hebrew (aramaic?) tongue.

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What is Tewahido Bible Study?

A critical examination of the sacred scriptures, as they are read-aloud by a dedicated student of Aksum, Alexandria, and Antioch—and member of the Ephesus School Network.