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The Truth about Tattoos

The book of Leviticus includes a prohibition against Tattoos (& cutting, mutilation), which is often not well-understood or observed. There's a natural/historical context, such as it's association with Slavery and Baal worship; but also a spiritual context, involving blood covenants and supernatural laws. That side is related to the Deliverance ministry (commonly known as Exorcism) - one of the 3 parts of the Great Commission, which all believers are entrusted with.

"How many know someone who's had a tattoo or got one? It's a growing phenomena now, people getting tattoos, a tremendous increase in that has taken place since the '70s, a huge increase. You see it everywhere, and think: is there anything to it? God looks on the inside, man looks on the outside, so let's not worry or sweat about it? I believe we need to understand what lies behind these things, and I'm going to show you why this is so important."

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  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Can’t believe this drivel, June 11, 2014
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    Kathleen Hunt “birdnut” (New Jersey) –
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    In this day and age, the author uses religion to vilify tattooing, basically stating that people with problems get tattoos and in doing so label themselves as damned. Wow.

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  2. 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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    Rubbish. Not sure who the intended audience is/was?, March 5, 2014
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    bjcol

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    This review is from: The Truth about Tattoos (Kindle Edition)
    If you grew up in a ‘charismatic’ church you’ve probably heard these sermons before. If not, most of what’s in here will strike you as the ramblings of a man afraid of evil spirits and other nonsense. A previous reviewer called this a “HATE” book. No, it’s not that. It’s a little bit of history, a little bit of the Bible, and a lot this guys theories and “visions”. Some of it is factual, a lot of it is just made up religious babble that can’t be proven one way or another. It’s not hateful, just silly. If you are Christian with a clear thought process, and ability to reason I don’t think you’ll like this book. If you like ghost stories and evil spirit conspiracies, you might love it! What I don’t get is why he wrote this book. It is not very “down to earth” for the average non-believer. And a bit over the top for those who do believe.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Are you kidding, May 25, 2014
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    TotoOz (Chetopa, KS United States) –

    This review is from: The Truth about Tattoos (Kindle Edition)
    Poorly written, arguments out of nothing. Anyone can justify anything by judicious use of selected quotes from the bible. Plenty of words used to draw faulty conclusions. Trash it, don’t bother wasting your time on this.

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