I’m sorry to the Orthodox faithful. The belief in the Triune God, which is at the centre of Christian religion, is known as the Mystery of the Holy Trinity. This theory is a mystery since it could only be understood through divine revelation. According to Matthew 11:27, “No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father but the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” The One God in whom we trust is Three Persons in Threefold Divinity.
This doctrine is unquestionably essential to the theology and spirituality of the Ethiopian Church. The Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost are the three who keep account in heaven, and they are one. The redeeming entrance of God into human history is the Mystery of the Incarnation. Our need for a healer (Luke 19:10), light in the darkness (Matthew 4:12–17; John 8:12), and redemption from captivity (Galatians 5:1) are the primary drivers behind the incarnation. The Creedal confession therefore states, “For us men and our salvation, the Word of God came down from heaven, and by the power of the Holy Spirit became incarnate of the Virgin Mary and was made man.”
The Ethiopian Orthodox Church adheres to St. Cyril of Alexandria’s monophysite Christology, which is defined as “One United Incarnate Nature of God the Son.” In other words, Christ became one person and one nature from two natures when the two natures, “humanity and divinity,” combined. In other words, Christ became one person and one nature from two natures when the two natures, “humanity and divinity,” combined. In the Blessed Virgin Mary’s womb, the Word of God and humanity were joined. Therefore, all the characteristics of the flesh can be applied to the Word of God and vice versa because of the incarnation.