Burning bush (disambiguation)

Burning bush (disambiguation)

Burning Bush may refer to:
*In the Book of Exodus, the burning bush is a miracle performed by God on Mount Horeb to inform Moses of his divine calling.
*The deciduous shrub "Euonymus alatus" is sometimes commonly referred to as burning bush because of its bright red fall color.
*Flowering plants of the genus "Dictamnus" are also sometimes referred to as burning bush because of the volatile oils produced by the plant, which can catch fire readily in hot weather
*The Burning Bushes, an American rock band
*A derogatory term used for either George H.W. Bush or George W. Bush
*"The Burning Bush" is a theological journal published in Singapore.

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