Tattoos have always been part of pleasure to many celebrities for so many years especially in the western world.
Although it didn’t really make up part of African culture and even until now, tattoo attracts and also repels some people particularly in Ghana and Africa at large. Nonetheless, tattoos are now meeting the eyes of many Ghanaians making it gain wide range of acceptance in recent times.
And one of the Ghanaian celebrities whose tattoos we all love is Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Kevin-Prince has a good number of tattoos stamped on his body.
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We mean a lot of tattoos.
And in all honestly, many Ghanaians have fawned over the tattoos and truly love how the Ghanaian footballer rocks them.
But in a super conservative Ghana, one might wonder what the Bible has to say about them.In Leviticus 19:28 (ESV), the Bible states "You shall not make any cuts on your body for the dead or tattoo yourselves: I am the Lord." This would state explicitly that the Bible has a strict no-allowance for tattoos and directs Christians to not "not make any cuts" on their bodies.
And most tattoos are basically light cuts on the epidermis.
We love Kevin-Prince Boateng’s tattoo, but the Bible, which most Christians should live by, speaks against it. It would seem like a catch 22 for all tattoo-enthusiast, but shouldn't we live by the Word of God?
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