7 Ideas for Your Next Christian Tattoo (and Some to Avoid)

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The first response you’re likely to get when you announce your intentions to get a tattoo are likely to be something like, “You know, you’re going to have that on your body forever.”

After you thank this person for their clear insight, you should do some reflection. They have a good point. Your tattoo is going to be on you for a long time and, particularly if you’re going to use this opportunity to get a tattoo reflective on your faith, you’re going to want to get the right kind of tattoo. Here are a few ideas to spur your creative spirit—and a few to avoid.

A Bible Word

 

Remember, it’s all about the simplicity. (Image)

Something in Hebrew

 

We have no idea what it says, but it does look cool. (Image)

A Classic Work of Christian Art

 

Any competent tattoo artist should be able to accurately reproduce a timeless masterpiece in just about an hour. (Image)

Chi Rho

 

You will appear both smart and religious. (Image)

A Bible Verse

 

Bonus! It helps as a memorization aid. (Image)

A Cross

 

OK, this one is sort of obvious. (Image)

Jesus Fish

 

Looks great on the back of your car, or as a permanent fixture on your body. (Image)

Ideas to Avoid …

Randomly Inserting a Jesus Fish onto another Tattoo

 

No.

Getting a Non-Specialist to Do Your Portrait Piece

 

 

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  1. ¡Muy buenos dias!Hiciste un análisis muy acertado. Debes de sentirte muy bien por poder compartir tu conocimento y sabiduría (la sabiduria no es más que poner en práctica el conocimiento que se tiene, así que sí, eres sanÂc).i¡Exaelebte!

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