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A Controversial Debate over the Interpretation of Tattooing in the Bible: An Ethnohermeneutics Approach From ‘Rice to Bread’

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This paper examines from the cross-cultural perspective the increasing practice of tattooing. The author, a native of Japan, investigates tattooing in both the Japanese and American context, and analyzes the biblical principles related to tattooing in order to discover the implications for Christians in various cultural contexts.

Affiliations: 1: Belhaven College, Jackson Mississippi, Email: shiwai@hotmail.com

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2010-04-01
2016-12-09

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