Christianity is a popular religion among people worldwide; it is also a religion which believers like to flaunt. In this sense, several followers from youngsters to middle aged grownups like to tattoo symbols that denote the spirit of Christianity.
A simple cross is one such popular theme that is widely admired and used as a tattoo. Other Christian symbols too are often given an artistic touch and etched on people’s body. Artists design proverbs, verses, texts from the bible as well as symbols and figures that depict Christianity. Furthermore, this theme also makes for good artwork on human skin and it doesn’t look gory like other tattoo designs. Further to this, many people believe that Christian tattoos bring them closer to God. This is why believers would ideally sport tattoos or jewellery depicting symbols of Christianity. Here are 20 famous Christian themed tattoos.
This arm filled tattoo is the perfect believer’s design to symbolize a love-hate relationship with life and the almighty.
Women like smaller sized, colorful tattoos and this impression of the Holy Spirit is ideal for a girl’s taste.
His name’s Christian and he is one too! It’s no wonder then that the same has been turned into a tattoo with a spiritual touch to give it a double meaning.
Bikers love tattoos and there is nothing better than the Oil of the Spirit etched on a bulky biker’s forearm to give a religious yet manly look.
There are so many facets to religion. Here is a tattoo that symbolizes the cycle of life, death, religion, belief. Perfect for the deep thinkers and tattoo enthusiasts.
If you have it flaunt it, if you are it, flaunt it. Here is a nice mix of Jewish-Christian culture in the form of artistic crosses crossed together.
Want a piece of the bible with you? This proverb tattoo is dynamic yet spiritual and gives the wearer a biblical look.
Although the Odin’s eye may seem a little eerie at first, the religious meaning behind it stays the same in this colored eye tattoo.
The dragon tattoo.
A pretty woman to wear on your arm…all day long. How does that sound for a permanent tattoo?
This simple cross is the ideal representation for a Christian or a believer. Not only does it focus on the religious importance, it also looks neat and tidy when etched.
If you like color and can carry it off well then the Alpha Omega tattoo would be the best choice.
Celtic symbols have always been popular among tattoo artists and tattoo lovers. A celtic cross is a decent variation of the real cross giving the wearer a unique designer look.
Armlet designs are a popular breed of tattoos among both men and women. It was a rage in the 90’s and although common a design it is still a preffered choice due to its volatile appeal.
Art can speak volumes…and depicting Christ and grain / corn is a unique style that can safely give an impression of a down to earth personality.
As many youngsters believe in the concept of “Seize the day” this Christian symbol is the ideal illustration of the youth’s mindset.
Jesus is often considered the savior and in common parlance, if one would like to be close to the savior then a monogram would be just about fitting.
If you’d like an exotic and authentic touch in your design, Hebrew Scriptures etched on your body makes for fine exotic body art.
A small, simple Christian symbol that’s perfect for ankles, wrists, forearms.
It’s common for women to pick their lower backs as their tattoo destination. A saying from the bible etched on the lower back thus helps you feel close to your God…all the time.