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Ethiopic Apocrypha By August Dillmann
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These are the Ethiopic apocryphal books of Baruch, The Letter of Jeremiah, Tobit, Judith, Ecclesiasticus, The Apocalypse of Esdras, and Apocryphal Esdras - all in Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic), as... More > published by August Dillmann in 1894. NOTE that this book is in the Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic) language.< Less
Ethiopic Apocrypha By August Dillmann
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These are the Ethiopic apocryphal books of Baruch, The Letter of Jeremiah, Tobit, Judith, Ecclesiasticus, The Apocalypse of Esdras, and Apocryphal Esdras - all in Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic), as... More > published by August Dillmann in 1894. NOTE that this book is in the Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic) language.< Less
HOLY BIBLE Ethiopic Version By Robert Hunter
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Containing not just the Old Testament but also the Apocrypha and pseudopigrapha books that are actually considered as cannon by the Ethiopic Church. This is a simulation of what at least part of... More > their Holy Bible would be like if released in the English language for this book is not translated from the direct Ethiopic language. This is PART I < Less
Book of Kings Ethiopic By August Dillmann
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This is the Ethiopic Bible Books of Kings (=Samuel I+II, and Kings I+II) in Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic), as published by August Dillmann in 1861-71. The critical apparatuses (in Latin) are all... More > included. NOTE that this book is in the Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic) language.< Less
Book of Kings Ethiopic By August Dillmann
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This is the Ethiopic Bible Books of Kings (=Samuel I+II, and Kings I+II) in Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic), as published by August Dillmann in 1861-71. The critical apparatuses (in Latin) are all... More > included. NOTE that this book is in the Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic) language.< Less
HOLY BIBLE Ethiopic Version By Robert Hunter
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Containing not just the Old Testament but also the Apocrypha and pseudopigrapha books that are actually considered as cannon by the Ethiopic Church. This is a simulation of what at least part of... More > their Holy Bible would be like if released in the English language for this book is not translated from the direct Ethiopic language. This is PART I< Less
An Introduction to Ethiopic Christian Literature By J. M. Harden
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The present brief work by J.M. Harden is not intended to be more than is expressed in its title an Introduction to Ethiopic Christian Literature. It is not meant for Ethiopic scholars, but its... More > purpose is to give as simple an account as possible of the Literature with which it deals. Hence its method. It seemed necessary to say something, first of all, of the language and the general history of the Church and country, which, to say the least, are not at all well known. Then follows a brief sketch of the literature as a whole. The concluding chapters deal each with one department of the literature, commencing with the Bible.< Less
Images of Faith: Contemporary Ethiopic Icons By Kes Haile Maskel Samuels
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A colourful look at the art of Iconography from the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church perspective with references to its spiritual, cultural and national heritage and why we paint and venerate the... More > Icons.< Less
Images of Faith: Contemporary Ethiopic Icons By Kes Haile Maskel Samuels
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A colourful look at the art of Iconography from the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church perspective with references to its spiritual, cultural and national heritage and why we paint and venerate the... More > Icons.< Less
The Book of Enoch: Translated from the Ethiopic with Introduction and Notes By Rev. George H. Schodde PH.D.
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The Book of Enoch was revered by the Jews and Christians, but fell into disfavor among powerful theologians because of its descriptions of the nature and deeds of the fallen angels. Christians... More > accepted the Book of Enoch as authentic scripture, especially the part about the fallen angels and their prophesied judgment. Key concepts from Jesus Christ himself seem directly connected to terms and ideas in the Book of Enoch. Thus, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that Jesus had studied and respected the book highly enough to adopt and elaborate on its specific descriptions of the coming kingdom and its theme of judgment upon "the wicked". There is abundant proof that Christ approved the Book of Enoch. Over a hundred phrases in the New Testament find precedents in the Book of Enoch. Two of these phrases are vs. 14 and 15 in the Book of Jude. The Book of Enoch is a "must-have" for all students of the Bible.< Less