International Star Bible Society
Frequently Asked Questions
The Star Bible consists of constellations and stars which tell the story of Jesus from the promise of His coming in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:15) to the final destruction of Satan. In addition there are signs in the sun, moon, and stars which accompany significant events in redemptive history.
The Bible says that God named the stars and constellations, and Psalm 19 states that the Heavens convey a message. Paul uses Psalm 19 to show that Christ has been revealed, so we can believe that God’s message in the stars is Scriptural.
The stary revelation predates the written Bible, and many images from the stars such as the Serpent, The Dragon, and the river of fire all appear in the Scriptures. However, the written word is the superior revelation and all interpretations of The Star Bible must conform to the written Bible.
The Star Bible adds a revelation to support the written Word, building our faith. In addition, the signs in the Sun, Moon, and stars help us to watch for the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy.
Ancient people such as the Biblical prophets and the Bethlehem Wise Men were familiar with Star Bible, but the God-given names and meanings of the stars became obscured in the centuries after Christ. Archeologists and linguists uncovered the original meanings in the 19th century and began to restore the Star Bible to us.
Astrology purports to predict the future based on the influence of the stars. It is a forbidden occultic practice and has no place in the Star Bible.
Our research indicates that the Star of Bethlehem was a super nova which was also observed by the Chinese in 5 B.C. The Wise Men were apparently aware of the other signs in the sun, moon, and stars and understood the Star of Bethlehem to announce the birth of Jesus.
Yes, The Star Bible clearly shows the return of Christ. There are also signs in the sun, moon, and star similar to those observed by the Wise Men which will occur in the not too distant future. However, while we may know the signs of His coming, the exact day and hour is not known to us as it was not known to the Wise Men.
The theme of the star story comes from Genesis 3:15, where God tells the Serpent (Satan) that the Seed of the Woman (Jesus) will crush his head and be bruised in the heel. So, for example, the constellation Orion (meaning “Coming Forth as Light”) has a star name meaning “Bruised in the Heel“ to help let you know it is Jesus, and another star name meaning “The Foot That Crushes” which is raised over a constellation depicting the Serpent. Orion is one of the constellations which picture the second coming of Christ.
The Star Bible is meant to viewed with the naked eye, so after you learn to recognize
the constellations you can watch the nightly show. However, we do recommend that you use binoculars to overcome some of the effects of the city light pollution. The stars are beautiful and made much more enjoyable by the knowledge that they are telling you about Jesus.