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What is the Star of David and is it biblical?



    
    

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Shea S. Michael Houdmann Supporter Got Questions Ministries
There is no reference to the Star (or shield) of David in the Bible. There are several rabbinical tales as to the origin of the Star of David. These range from the star being the shape of King Davi...

July 01 2013 7 responses Vote Up Share Report


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Mini Toby Wooster
The star of David symbol as found on the flag of modern Israel is mentioned in the Bible on many occasions, however never as the star of David or condoned by David. This is the star of Remphan also Moloch. Stephen brings this star of Remphan up in Acts 7:43. Throughout the Old Testament the worship of Moloch was condemned. Leviticus 18:21, 20:2-3 and Jerimiah 7:18,31 32:35 are examples. However, as seen in Amos 5:26-27 the worship continued.

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Pgb45ekes28fvmzjn0344mhy83sbgu1d Jason Corning The Order of the Maccabee
In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth.

- Genesis 1:1

THE HEAVENS- Upward Triangle
AND THE EARTH- Downward Triangle
GOD CREATED- Both Triangles at once representing all of God's Creation.

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I Jesus...am the Root and Branch of David, the bright Morning Star.

- Revelation 22:16

ROOT::Downwards Triangle
BRANCH: Upward Triangle:
MORNING STAR/TREE OF DAVID: Both Triangles Unified

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Genesis 1:1
NIV - 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

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