Is Wrong for Pastors to Have Tattoos? See Popular Pastors With Heavy Tattoos & Body Piercing.
Leviticus 19:28 reads,” You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the Lord.
Tattoos have been known as a sin in Christianity for centuries but today things are changing. The things that were once considered sinful are now acceptable.
I believe tattoos are conforming to the world and I also know that there are good Christians with tattoos, but do tattoos really show a heart for God?
These pastors really bring up the topic of faith with their tattoos. Most of them back it up with the saying that God doesn’t look at the outward appearance forgetting that our body is the temple of God both inward and outward and should be kept holy.
Is Wrong for Pastors to Have Tattoos? I have found some preachers out there preaching the Gospel with a tattooed body. Check them out below:
1. Rev. Steve Bentley
Rev. Steve Bentley also has a tattoo parlor inside his church where he draws religious tattoos for his members.
He is the senior pastor of The Bridge, a church in Michigan USA.
2. Evangelist Todd Bentley
Todd Bently is a Canadian Christian evangelist.
He is well known for healing and deliverance in Canada.
3. Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber
Nadia Bolz-Weber is the founding pastor of House for All Sinners and Saints, an ELCA mission church in Denver, Colorado.
4. Pastor Carl Lentz
Carl Lentz is a pastor of Hillsong Church New York.
5. Pastor Cleetus
Pastor Cleetus is a pastor at Deliverance Bible Church located in Hurst, Texas.
Acording to Popular Cleric, Pastor Chris Okotie, getting tattoos is an individual decision and has nothing to do with God.
Do you think it is right for a pastor or even a believer to wear Tattoos?
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