Don’t Go Changin’ — Iron-Age Wisdom, Part 3

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Looking for wisdom in Leviticus is especially difficult when a regulation seems arbitrary, when it isn’t explained, or when it isn’t repeated somewhere else or illustrated by a story. The ban on tattoos, for example, features all three of these difficulties. Is something wrong with tattooing? What possible wisdom could be found in such a prohibition? Pastor Luke preaches from Leviticus 19:28 in “Don’t Go Changin’,” part 3 of his 5-part series “Iron-Age Wisdom.”

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