Last fall, we published a blockbuster listicle that swept the Internet with its expert recommendations, humor and insight. “7 Ideas for Your Next Christian Tattoo (and Some to Avoid)” was a hit among audiences around the world and, judging from the comments, it was adored by critics everywhere. Now, we’ve decided to do the only logical thing when you have a hit listicle on year hands: Take an original idea and piggyback on its success with a sequel.
That’s right, we’re rebooting “Ideas for Your Next Christian Tattoo” for a new generation. Obviously, we will accept nothing less than the global success and revenue of Jurassic World.
Here are more ideas for your next Christian tattoo in “Ideas for Your Next Christian Tattoo (Part 2): This Time It’s Personal: Genisys”
A Christian T-Shirt Remake
Bench press this.
Your Favorite Christian Band Logo
Footprints in the Sand
Obviously, this should only be tattooed on your foot. (Image)
Incorporating Your Favorite Brand Logo
Technically, this is true. Bonus! This tattoo will also age well. (Image)
No 3-D glasses required. (Image)
Something Action Packed
A Short Bible Passage
Remember to keep it short and sweet, so people reading it aren’t intensely staring at your exposed back for an awkward amount of time. That would just be weird, and public displays of shirtlessness and Bible verses should never be weird.
Don’t be left behind. A tattooed portrait of Kirk Cameron is the exact opposite of the Mark of the Beast. (Image)
Something Extremely Old Testament
The Old Testament is full of stories of violence, war and murder. Why not get one of the more graphic scenes etched on your skin forever? You know, something subtle like a boy-aged David hoisting the severed head of Goliath over his lifeless, bloody body. The Sunday school kids will love it. (Image)
Mr. Cool Ice
This is a great choice no matter what religion you are.
A tribute to the undisputed greatest Denver Bronco’s quarterback of all time. (Image)
Jesse Carey is a mainstay on the weekly RELEVANT Podcast and member of RELEVANT's executive board. He lives in Virginia Beach with his wife and two kids.