No matter what events are happening around the country, religious tattoos, particularly those representing the Christian faith, continue to be popular. The imagery also gives young men and women a chance to a get a more tattoo that may be more fully supported by their families as they start to delve into body art, according to News-Journal in Longview, Texas.
“It’s easier to justify a faith-based tattoo to parents than a tattoo of something else,” Jes Farris, owner of tattoo parlor Studio 13, said in an interview with News-Journal.
One of the most common Christian tattoos that Farris sees is the Jesus fish with “faith” written inside of it.
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