Ethiopia

Orthodox Tewahedo

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Orthodox Tewahedo is the common and historical name of two independent Churches of Oriental Orthodoxy within Christianity; these are the dominant faiths in Eritrea and Ethiopia.

Until 1959, the Orthodox Tewahedo were administratively part of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria.

Tewahedo is a Ge'ez word meaning "being made one" or "unified".

Talk with Lu'el Ras Mesfin Haile Selassie I August 27, 2013

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