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ERITREAN ORTHODOX MEZMUR PDF

Orthodox Mezmur. likes · 13 talking about this. Eritrean And Ethiopian Orthodox Mezmur. P’ent’ay is an Amharic and Tigrinya language term for a Christian of a Protestant denomination, of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo churches. All of the four main churches and others also share and listen to various gospel singers, mezmur (gospel music) producers and choirs. Stream Kalat Hisan New Eritrean Orthodox Mezmur by Henos Efrem from desktop or your mobile device.

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And most of famous music players in Ethiopia like Ortjodox Melka also played in Evangelical churches and subsequently converted to world music. Since the prophecy, more persecution followed Ethiopian Protestants for more than a decade.

So when other churches sang and learned songs in foreign languages, Mulu Wongel church, which began in Addis Ababa, introduced Amharic gospel songs in the late s.

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Webarchive template wayback links Articles containing Amharic-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October Articles with unsourced statements from March Articles needing additional references from September All articles needing additional references Eriteean external links cleanup from July Wikipedia spam cleanup eritreab July Use dmy dates from October EnglishNorwegianHebrewGermanetc. Since Oneness Pentecostals deny the historic Christian doctrine of the Trinitythey are rejected by the P’ent’ay Christians of Ethiopia.

Subsequently, in the early s the Meserete Kristos church choir was established. Music or Mezmur in Amharic, the Ethiopian national language plays a big role in preaching and the daily life of Ethiopian P’ent’ay Christians.

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Official ECFE website english. The term P’ent’ay is a shortening of the word “Pentecostal”; however, it is widely used when referring to all Protestant Christians whether they are actual Pentecostals or not. Also, formerly secular or non-Christian singers like Hirut Bekele, Solomon Disasa and Muluken have produced gospel songs after they convert and become born-again Christians.

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Thus according to Ethiopian historical texts, its association with the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church strengthened.

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September Learn how and when to mezmhr this template message. In addition the s government abolished religious education, closed many church buildings and arrested many religious leaders, while some disappeared. This page was last edited on 19 Decemberat However, since Mulu Wongel church itself didn’t have foreign support, its members faced persecution more often. One controversy involves Oneness Pentecostalismwhich is opposed by all the Protestant churches.

Voice of Martyrs also states that Evangelical Christians have been murdered by Islamic militants because they wouldn’t renounce their faith in Christ. It will be a time of seemingly endless misery and a test of your faith in me.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Although almost all Evangelical branches in Ethiopia have one or two theological differences or different approaches in the interpretation of the Bible, all of the four major branches follow the ortthodox common to born-again Christians of the world.

In light of their own interpretations, the Ethiopian Pentecostal church claims origins from Philip the Evangelist. The four major denominations also exchange pastors megabi and allow the preachers to serve in different churches when invited.

Mezkur Christians still face persecution in rural regions; however, there is a growing tolerance between the Ethiopian Orthodox, Muslims and the growing population of P’en’tay Christians in the urban areas of the country.

Some believers will break down and lose faith but some will stay strong in faith. During these early years, other groups like Bethel singers also produced Ethiopian gospel songs. The mostly rural churches like Qale Hiywet have historically faced persecution with aggressors often doing so with impunity.

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Yet this was a blessing in disguise for Evangelical Christians, since Mulu Wongel members attending other churches influenced them not only in faith but in music also.

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Even though Mulu Wongel church was closed by the government, its two ortohdox groups, the Mulu Wongel choir and Tsion choir continued to develop and sing uniquely Ethiopian songs across the county. This section needs additional citations for verification. Some of the early comers were Mulu Wongel and Meserete Kristos choirs, which now have up to Choir E and F, with each having 8, 9 albums.

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July Learn how and when to remove this template message. With the belief that music should be for God, and him alone, Ethiopian mezmur does not have ethnic or cultural boundaries, nor restriction on what style or instruments to use.

Since the majority population is Orthodox, Voice of Martyrs claims no criminal investigations are carried against Orthodox mobs who burn Evangelical churches, destroy houses and even murder P’ent’ay Christians.

Views Read Edit View history. Evangelicals in Ethiopia believe that one should be saved by believing in Jesus as Lord and Saviour for the forgiveness of sins. For the most part, Evangelical Ethiopian Christians state that their form of Christianity is both the reformation of the current Orthodox Tewahido church as well as the restoration of it to the original Ethiopian Christianity.