The Ethiopia Orthodox Church acknowledges both the Hebrew Scripture and the new confirmation. The congregation contains 46 books of the Hebrew Scriptures including the book of Maccabees, a book of Ezra, books of Enoch and Jubilee and 27 books of the Hebrew Scripture
In the fourth century, Christianity turned into the authority religion in the Aksumite domain. It was at the rule of the two sovereigns, Ezana and Syzana (likewise called Abraha and Atsbaha) through St. Fremnatos (additionally known Abba Selama), who was sanctified by St. Athanasius of Alexandria. Lord Ezana supplanted the indication of the moon on coins with a cross sign and turned into the principal sovereign to imprint the indication of the cross on coins. The Ethiopia Orthodox church was additionally fortified by the appearance of the nine holy people, who came from Syria, Constantinople, and Rome.
Their names were Abba Gerima, Abba Aregawi, Abba Aftse, Abba Pantelewon, Abba Guba, Abba Alef, Abba Liqanos, Abba Yem'ata, Abba Aregawi, and Abba Sehma They deciphered a few books including the Holy Bible from Greek to Ge'ez, they additionally established a ton of religious communities, for example, the cloister of Debre Damo by Abba Aregawi, Abba Garima cloister by abba Garima, Pentalewon cloister in Axum by Abba Liqanos and Abba pentalewon. The ascent of St. Yared in the sixth century, who established the Ethiopic hymnody was another time for the Ethiopian Orthodox church.