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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The mostly rural churches like Qale Mesmur have historically faced persecution with aggressors often doing so with impunity. With growing dispute on the additional texts of the Orthodox Church, the alleged changing of the original meanings of the Bible did little to decrease the attendance of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

One of the earlier singers is Addisu Worku, who used to sing through Misrach voice Radio.

It will be a time of seemingly endless misery and a test of your faith in me. The Mekane Yesus churches have been in extensive humanitarian and development related activities in particular, for many decades.

During this period, most Ethiopians followed the Septuagint bible including all of the ‘Deuterocanonical books’ for a total of Protestant 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.

In addition the s government orhodox religious education, closed many church buildings and arrested many religious leaders, while some disappeared. Therefore, most Ethiopian P’ent’ay Christians use the history of the Ethiopia Orthodox Christianity prior to the s as their own history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

EnglishNorwegianHebrewGermanetc. Evangelical Protestantism is an Amharic and Tigrinya language term for a Christian of a Protestant denomination, widely used in Ethiopia and among Ethiopians and Eritreans living abroad. Some from Tsion Choir ertrean Mulu Wongel joined the newly established choir and Meserete Kristos continued developing songs in Ethiopian languages. Atalay Alem and Shewaye Damte fill in some of this list that started early.

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Evangelicals in Ethiopia believe that one should be saved by believing in Jesus as Lord and Saviour for the forgiveness of sins. Retrieved 7 August Also, formerly secular or non-Christian singers like Hirut Bekele, Solomon Disasa and Muluken fritrean produced gospel songs after they convert and become born-again Christians. Retrieved from ” https: Otrhodox to Voice of the Martyrs there have been brutal killings of P’ent’ay Christians in rural areas that tend to be overlooked by the Ethiopian rural officials and stay undisclosed to international organizations.

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 eritean. Islamic militants have stopped at least one bus near Jijigaa rural area and demanded Christians recite the Islamic creed, killing those who refuse.

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Despite these issues, compared to the past, the s have brought the most freedom of religion in Ethiopia. Some believers will break down and lose faith but some will stay strong in faith. 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 Wikipedia external links cleanup from July Wikipedia spam cleanup from July Use dmy dates from October 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.

Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. But for the most part they are very Pentecostal in their worship and theology.

Today, it is used to describe local Protestant Christians who are mezmut members of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo churches. With the belief that music should be for God, oethodox him alone, Ethiopian mezmur does not have ethnic or cultural boundaries, nor restriction on what style or instruments to use.

Some of these churches in other branch cities have stopped using single letters for choir names, and applied names instead. Since the prophecy, more persecution followed Ethiopian Protestants for more than a decade.

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This page was last edited on 19 Decemberat The mainstream Orthodox Church has claimed its earliest origins from the Ethiopian royal official said to have been baptised by Philip in Acts 9. All of the four main churches and others also share and listen to various gospel singers, mezmur gospel music producers and choirs.

Since the early s, killings and persecution have mostly stopped, particularly in the cities and areas near the cities, and there is a growing level of tolerance between Evangelical Christians and other religion followers. Since Oneness Pentecostals deny the historic Christian doctrine of the Trinitythey are rejected by the P’ent’ay Christians of Ethiopia.

In light of their own interpretations, the Ethiopian Pentecostal church claims origins from Philip the Evangelist. Some Orthodox families expel children out of their house if the children convert to Protestantism. One such case was the death of a Protestant from Merawi Full Gospel Churchafter allegedly being struck by an ax by an Orthodox priest. An early church to develop other singers was Mulu Wongel church, since the church itself was mainly started by Ethiopians, as opposed to the foreign relations other Evangelical churches had with European and American missionaries.


Some P’ent’ay communities – especially Mekane Yesus – have been influenced by the Orthodox Tewahedo Church, which represents mainstream, traditional Ethiopian Christianity. Subsequently, in the early s the Meserete Kristos church choir was established.

As it organized in the 4th century, within the Ethiopian Aksumite Kingdomthe Christian church grew larger and more influential to the political power distribution.

When SIM continued its movement after a brief ban during Ethiopia’s war with Italy, it is written that the missionaries were taken aback by the fruits of their initial mission. The P’ent’ay label may be an indication of the apparent prominence of the Pentecostal denomination at some point in the history of Evangelicalism in Ethiopia, even though many other branches such as Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists, Presbyterians and Mennonites also have a similarly wide presence.

The four major denominations also exchange pastors megabi and allow the preachers to serve in different churches when invited. 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. 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.

This section needs additional citations for verification. Recent misidentification of certain groups as P’ent’ays has caused confusion. 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. Like all other Christian churches that accept the Gospels, P’ent’ays also believe in being ” born again ” dagem meweledas it is written numerous times in the Gospel of Johnand demonstrated by one’s baptism in the Holy Spirit as well as water baptism, speaking in tongues is one of the signs, [ citation needed ] but not the only sign, of “receiving Christ”, which should include a new lifestyle and social behavior.

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During these early years, other groups like Bethel singers also produced Ethiopian gospel songs. Even though it is not comparable to the state sponsored persecution of the past, P’ent’ay Christians in Ethiopia still face persecution from private citizens in Muslim dominated rural areas.

Thus according to Ethiopian historical texts, its association with eritrsan Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church strengthened. Lacking western ties, the Mulu Wongel church was outlawed by the Derg Mrzmur government in