The Messianic Seal of Jerusalem is a symbol for Messianic Judaism. Recently it is being used by Christians who themselves claim to be "Messianic Jews", "Jewish Christians" or "Christian Jews". However, all denominations of Judaism regard them as Christians and sharply reject the messianic impetus of those groups. The symbol is seen as a depiction of the Menorah, an ancient Jewish symbol, together with the fish picture, a modern depictive representation of Christian faith and the community of Jesus followers, creating a Star of David at the intersection. The Messianic Seal is by no means the only or most popular symbol of Messianic Judaism (others, such as the more ancient Menorah and Star of David, are also displayed by Messianics).
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