How old is the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible?

When was the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible written?

It was created in the 17th century, but is a replica of an earlier 15th-century manuscript.

Ethiopic Bible.

Full title: ኦሪት Octateuch, አርባዕቱ ወንጌል Gospels and Ecclesiastical works.
Created: Late 17th century, Gondar
Format: Manuscript
Language: Geez

How old is Ethiopian Orthodox Bible?

The Ethiopian Bible is the oldest and most complete bible on earth. Written in Ge’ez an ancient dead language of Ethiopia it’s nearly 800 years older than the King James Version and contains over 100 books compared to 66 of the Protestant Bible.

Does the Ethiopian Bible include the New Testament?

Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua son of Nun, Judges, Ruth, 4 books of Kingdoms, 2 books of Chronicles, Job, the Davidic Psalter, 5 books of Solomon, 12 books of Prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, Tobias, Judith, Esther, 2 books of Ezra, 2 books of Macabees, and in the New Testament: 4

Does the Ethiopian Orthodox Church believe in Jesus?

Additionally, unlike many other Christians, the Ethiopian Orthodox Church believes that Jesus Christ has one nature that is solely divine, instead of two that are both divine and human. “The Ethiopian Church goes down from King Solomon,” the Rev. Gebra Mariam, speaking in Amharic, said through an interpreter.

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