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Christian Temporary Tattoos Designed With Spiritual Skin In Mind

Christian Temporary Tattoos Designed With Spiritual Skin In Mind
Armed With Truth makes temporary tattoos featuring Bible verses. / Credit: Armed With Truth

Holy tattoo! Armed With Truth, the brainchild of two Christian entrepreneurs, designs and sells temporary press-on tattoos based on passages from the Bible.

The company's founders, Mike Mueller and Eric Knopf, said they started the business to help fellow Christians memorize scripture passages in a convenient and fashionable way. Designed to last for just a few days, Armed With Truth's tattoos let wearers reflect on meaningful quotations without actually getting inked.

Need a reminder to turn the other cheek? There's a tattoo for that. Always forgetting to pray? There are a few tattoos that can help with that, as well. And if you're a Duck Dynasty fan, there's even a whole pack of tattoos devoted to the A&E stars' favorite Bible verses. [10 Business Ideas with (Almost) No Startup Costs]

Bible verse tattoo Credit: Armed With Truth

Popular with college students, youth group members and adult churchgoers alike, Armed With Truth's tattoos are generally sold in packs of ten, with each pack centered around a different theme, including the "Christ Like" series and the pack dubbed "Live Intentionally." The company even fills custom orders, allowing temporary tattoos fans to decide for themselves which verses they'd like to tote around town.

But don't go asking the guys at Armed With Truth to print up any fire and brimstone tats for your next church picnic. Mueller recently told the Daily Herald— a daily newspaper out of Chicago— that the company is against using its products to make political statements or to condemn non-believers.

Follow Elizabeth Palermo on Twitter @techEpalermo, Facebook & Google+. Follow BusinessNewsDaily @BNDarticles. We're also on Facebook & Google+. Originally published on Business News Daily.

Elizabeth Palermo

Elizabeth writes about innovative technologies and business trends. She has traveled throughout the Americas in her roles as student, English teacher, Spanish language interpreter and freelance writer. She graduated with a B.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University. You can follow her on Twitter @techEpalermo or .

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