Tewahido Bible Study

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Summary

My younger sister and I were the hosts.

Show Notes

An Amharic word of life from five years ago (2015), when my Amharic and Ge'ez was a lot less polished but hopefully still understandable.  This was shared at a Goblet-Fellowship gathering for the Haimanote Abew (religion of the fathers) choir of Dngl Maryam (Virgin Mary's) EOTC in Los Angeles, CA. My younger sister and I were the hosts, this month.

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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.