The Star - part 2

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Matthew has highlighted the prophetic riddle of the Old Testament so much so, that we are barely into chapter 2 and had to skip over much of chapter 1 to get here. He is excited to share the prophetic riddle. This is important as the Star of Bethlehem is examined closely. In Matthew's genre of riddle, does he intend to tell us that there is a literal star? or does he use it as a figure as well?