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Actually several Presbyterian denominations use the burning bush as their central symbol: The Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., The Church of Scotland, The Presbyterian Church in Ireland, The Presbyterian Church in Canada, and I suspect many continental Reformed churches use it as well. The use of the symbol in the Reformed/Presbyterian tradition appears to date back to the sixteen century.

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