Is Israels Six Pointed Star, A Historical Symbol Made To Foreign god's?

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EleventhHour

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Solzhenitsyn had a lot to say about this.
People do not know the truth sadly ...... and yes Alexander Solzhenitsyn is a must read.

I find it ironic how people go on about the "Commies" and are in denial about the roots of the movement.

And yes the USS Liberty another truth swept under the rug.
 

Lucy-Pevensie

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Off the top of my head...
1. Bolsheviks were mostly jews. They killed millions of Russian Christians in their revolution. It was more than Holodomor. I'm sure many were beheaded. Solzhenitsyn had a lot to say about this.

2. Epstein was running a massive pedo ring. I'd be surprised if many of those victims weren't beheaded.

3. And of course there was the USS Liberty which was attacked by the Israeli's. I'd suggest reading a little bit of what the survivors of that attack have to say.

So yeah, they do still kill Christians in the modern era. It's not just these poor chickens that pay the price!
Aren't you going to throw in The Rothschilds & The Protocols of The Elders of Zion conspiracy theories?
Or few passages from Mein Kampf?


We are going by the Bible. (Rev 20:4) I asked how many Jews are beheading Christians these days.
You've responded with an anti-Jewish rant of hate.
 
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You've responded with an anti-Jewish rant of hate.
Do you believe things because you think those things are true?
Or do you believe the things you do because you fear the implications of the alternatives?

Hint: If you EVER say "I'd like to believe X", then you can be sure that you're not seeking after the truth.

Instead of dismissing that which you disagree with, I would suggest just doing an honest search for the truth. It takes a lot of courage to do that because you'll have to come to terms with the fact that you were wrong about some things. Just pursue the truth and have the courage to follow it, despite the implications. I once believed like you do right now.

Pattern recognition is a sign of intelligence - not ignorance.
 

Lucy-Pevensie

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Do you believe things because you think those things are true?
Or do you believe the things you do because you fear the implications of the alternatives?

Hint: If you EVER say "I'd like to believe X", then you can be sure that you're not seeking after the truth.

Instead of dismissing that which you disagree with, I would suggest just doing an honest search for the truth. It takes a lot of courage to do that because you'll have to come to terms with the fact that you were wrong about some things. Just pursue the truth and have the courage to follow it, despite the implications. I once believed like you do right now.

Pattern recognition is a sign of intelligence - not ignorance.

I'm not constructing false truths for myself to believe. You are on the attack with anti-semitic theories & false accusations of all Jews.

If you don't believe The Bible is truth what are you doing here?
 
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EleventhHour

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Do you believe things because you think those things are true?
Or do you believe the things you do because you fear the implications of the alternatives?

Hint: If you EVER say "I'd like to believe X", then you can be sure that you're not seeking after the truth.

Instead of dismissing that which you disagree with, I would suggest just doing an honest search for the truth. It takes a lot of courage to do that because you'll have to come to terms with the fact that you were wrong about some things. Just pursue the truth and have the courage to follow it, despite the implications. I once believed like you do right now.

Pattern recognition is a sign of intelligence - not ignorance.
There we go with the anti-semitism allegation as per usual.
Jesus was anti Semitic too I guess.
Ironically "Semitic" does not mean Jew when one actually knows the etymology of the word.
 
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I'm not constructing false truths for myself to believe. You are on the attack with anti-semitic theories & false accusations of all Jews.

If you don't believe The Bible is truth what are you doing here?
We ALL construct false truths for ourselves. It's part of the fallen human condition. Our job is to find these lies and weed them out of our lives. The fact that you're so quick to deny even the possibility that you have this flaw is a good indicator that you've got some blindness in this area. Swallow your pride a little bit. None of have it all figured out. Myself included.

Regarding the Bible and truth - yes, it is true. I just don't buy into your dispensationalism.

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mustaphadrink

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Star of David, Hebrew Magen David (“Shield of David”), Magen also spelled Mogen, is a Jewish symbol composed of two overlaid equilateral triangles that form a six-pointed star. It appears on synagogues, Jewish tombstones, and the flag of the State of Israel. The symbol—which historically was not limited to use by Jews—originated in antiquity, when, side by side with the five-pointed star, it served as a magical sign or as a decoration.

In the Middle Ages the Star of David appeared with greater frequency among Jews but did not assume any special religious significance; it is found as well on some medieval cathedrals. The term Magen David, which in Jewish liturgy signifies God as the protector (shield) of David, gained currency among medieval Jewish mystics, who attached magical powers to King David’s shield just as earlier (non-Jewish) magical traditions had referred to the five-pointed star as the “seal of Solomon.” Kabbalists popularized the use of the symbol as a protection against evil spirits.

The Jewish community of Prague was the first to use the Star of David as its official symbol, and from the 17th century on the six-pointed star became the official seal of many Jewish communities and a general sign of Judaism, though it has no biblical or Talmudic authority. The star was almost universally adopted by Jews in the 19th-century as a striking and simple emblem of Judaism in imitation of the cross of Christianity.

The yellow badge that Jews were forced to wear in Nazi-occupied Europe invested the Star of David with a symbolism indicating martyrdom and heroism.
 

Lucy-Pevensie

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We ALL construct false truths for ourselves. It's part of the fallen human condition. Our job is to find these lies and weed them out of our lives. The fact that you're so quick to deny even the possibility that you have this flaw is a good indicator that you've got some blindness in this area. Swallow your pride a little bit. None of have it all figured out. Myself included.

Regarding the Bible and truth - yes, it is true. I just don't buy into your dispensationalism.

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I'm not a dispensationalist and I never claimed to have it "all" figured out.

I reprimanded you for spreading Jew-hatred in a Christian forum because it's wrong. That still stands.
 
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EleventhHour

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We ALL construct false truths for ourselves. It's part of the fallen human condition. Our job is to find these lies and weed them out of our lives. The fact that you're so quick to deny even the possibility that you have this flaw is a good indicator that you've got some blindness in this area. Swallow your pride a little bit. None of have it all figured out. Myself included.

Regarding the Bible and truth - yes, it is true. I just don't buy into your dispensationalism.

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Nothing you posted was antisemitic, nor was it a post filled with hate.
People resort to this as a means to silence dissent ... signals an opinion driven by emotion not based on facts.
 

Lanolin

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I would say the six pointed star was adopted by kabbalists which were a certain group of jews, certainly doenst represent all jews as not all subscribe to mysticism.
Solomon used it as his seal and he became involved in divination via his many wives.

The proliferation of this symbol is a concern now it has become associated with judaism, the zionists adopting it. when the nazis had forced the jews to wear it, they did not really have good associations with it, as it was wearing this symbol that actually condemened them.

is it mark of the beast? the hexagram number is 666. it has six sides, six points and six corners.
 

Truth7t7

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Off the top of my head...
1. Bolsheviks were mostly jews. They killed millions of Russian Christians in their revolution. It was more than Holodomor. I'm sure many were beheaded. Solzhenitsyn had a lot to say about this.

2. Epstein was running a massive pedo ring. I'd be surprised if many of those victims weren't beheaded.

3. And of course there was the USS Liberty which was attacked by the Israeli's. I'd suggest reading a little bit of what the survivors of that attack have to say.

So yeah, they do still kill Christians in the modern era. It's not just these poor chickens that pay the price!
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If you researched and included the Jewish Rothschild dynasty (Unknown Wealth) it would add much to the story I'm sure?
 

calibob

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If you researched and included the Jewish Rothschild dynasty (Unknown Wealth) it would add much to the story I'm sure?
Just because they are of Semite flesh doesn't mean they are of Hebrew faith. Not all Semites worship Yahweh.
 

Truth7t7

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Just because they are of Semite flesh doesn't mean they are of Hebrew faith. Not all Semites worship Yahweh.
You mean Judaism as a whole who rejects the Messiah Jesus Christ, the only mediator between man and God the Father.

Worship Yahweh?

Not if they deny the Messiah Jesus Christ, plain and simple.

1 Timothy 2:5KJV
5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;