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In shock | Here Is What The Bible Says About Tattoos

As the practice of tattooing one's anatomical parts on one's body becomes more widespread, a growing number of Christians are interested in what the Bible says about it.

Tattoos are not addressed in the Bible in any manner, shape, or form in the modern sense.

Many Christians wonder whether tattoos are sinful and, if not, whether they should have one. According to my opinion, believers and Christians should avoid getting tattoos since they are immoral.

Despite the fact that tattoos have been considered a sin for hundreds of years, things are starting to change in Christian circles. Things that were once considered sinful have now been deemed acceptable by religious authorities.

The scriptures from the Bible that we will use to support our anti-tattoo stance are as follows:

"You must not make any incisions on your body for the gone, nor tattoo any markings on your body: I, the Lord, am the one who commands you," Leviticus 19:28 says.

12:1 in 2 Corinthians (New International Version) As a result, by the blessings of God, I beg you brothers to present your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God, as part of your spiritual worship, as the apostle Paul instructs.

Finally, the Bible forbids Christians from getting tattoos on their bodies, and they should refrain from doing so.

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