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I can't answer any of the other questions (I don't speak Amharic), but the prayer staff is apparently called the maqwamiya. Here is a short video describing the use and meaning of the various instruments found in the Orthodox Tewahedo Church: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5XKm6VSoy0
Yes. Did you notice how if you separate either one from the other you effectively don't have a drum anymore?
Just found this video on Youtube.A few questions:1) What's going on in this video?
2) What are those canes they have that slightly resemble crutches?
3) Are those stations of the cross I see?
4) I see at least 5 different hats.
The Gospel is quite clear: both saints and sinners love God. "Religious" people do not love him, and whenever they can, they crucify him.
Of course, OC.net is not reflective of the Church, but is rather a surreal bubble. I have visited a lot of different parishes around the world and have listened to many hours of AFR...
Quote from: dzheremi on October 11, 2013, 12:36:18 AMYes. Did you notice how if you separate either one from the other you effectively don't have a drum anymore? Uh... welp.Faith: MiaphysiteJurisdiction: Jesus Drum
Quote from: lovesupreme on October 11, 2013, 12:57:07 AMQuote from: dzheremi on October 11, 2013, 12:36:18 AMYes. Did you notice how if you separate either one from the other you effectively don't have a drum anymore? Uh... welp.Faith: MiaphysiteJurisdiction: Jesus DrumBut I'm not Ethiopian. If I was going to do that, my jurisdiction would have to be Cymbal and Triangle.
The term planet earth is an innovation which has arisen in recent centuries with the error of heliocentrism.If one wants to confess a pure doctrine of Orthodoxy, they should be careful not to refer to the earth as a planet, unlike the current Pope as well as Patriarch Kirill and Patriarch Bartholomew, who regularly speak in error when they refer to our planet earth.
I didn't, Father, but that only supports my contention above that this is a non-Orthodox church being rented by the Ethiopian Orthodox.
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