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No longer will OSAS vx OSNAS be allowed to be debated, argued, or discussed in theology forum. Too much time is required to monitor and rescources used to debate this subject which hasn't been definitively decided in 3,000 years.
Knotical: as long as it's generally relevant I reckon it would be okay. I think anyway that common sense is the pith that holds so much together, whether in the workplace or wherever. Common sense says that lots of employees are going to be tattooed men and women. Common sense would dictate that, rather than being litigious about it, employers and employees need to respect each other's reasonable expectations and maybe practise covering visible tattoos at least sometimes, where appropriate. Common sense also would seem to dictate that a facial tattoo is going to raise issues in a job interview. (Actually, though I started the thread, I don't see myself particularly as a promoter of tattoos per se: I don't say: Go get a tattoo. I'm more coming from the angle that it seems compelling that, pragmatically, a faith based design is an effective conversation-starter.) Blessings.