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Several other DC and Marvel Comics superheroes have been portrayed as Jewish or as having Jewish origins: In the Seraph series [sic], teacher Chaim Lavon of Israel possesses the staff of Moses, the mantle of Elijah, the magic ring of Solomon and the strength of Samson (in his hair). Once Superman was being held down in a super gravity field and Seraph just walked into the field, picked him up, and carried him out because he wasn't affected by the field, because his power isn't affected by natural forces...

The Seraph is a member of the New Global Guardians, a team of international heroes. kissmyringagain Posted: May 6, 2005 AM I am a Christian... Same reason as there is no real Jewish [superhero]...

Like a hero who was/is bestowed great powers by wielding the sword of Mohammed or the existence of the Holy Grail, or the staff of Moses, etc. Cousin Cory Springhorn October 25th, 2006, PM It seems to me that perhaps the Seraph (member of the Global Guardians, and back-up feature in Super Friends) carried the staff of Moses. In the All-Star Squadron, Japan came into possession of the Holy Grail, while Hitler possessed the Spear of Destiny.

Many of them have debated their beliefs in the comics - as you say, not the hardline way, but that is definitely not the same as saying that they are not Christian superheroes [or Jewish superheroes], or that they are not devoted.