Do Devout Christian Women Get Concerned About Wearing Human Hair Wigs?
Human hair wigs that have not been certified whether the hair was cut from women who were performing rituals for idol worship?
This is probably one of the most bizarre questions i have ever seen. I cannot fully understand the relevance to this question, but i can comment that if ANY woman is undergoing chemotherapy and has profound hair loss, where their wig comes from is probably the last concern on their minds.
I haven't come across any scripture in the bible that says a woman shouldn't wear human hair wigs. In fact, I have known many devoted Christians who have been wearing wigs for quite some time.
Like D. William says, I can't believe that a chemotherapy patient would refuse to wear a wig because it was made of human. Rather, I believe that if the patient can afford it and wants to look as natural as possible, they would want to wear human hair.
Christianity has nothing to do with wigs, human hair or otherwise. People donate or sell their hair for wigs. It's not like they've been scalped. It's their perogative as to what donars do with their hair and the same goes to wig wearers. It's a stretch to make this a sin. Christianity is more about God's love for us and way less about judging others. Of course, anyone can take any religion or belief to extremes but, that's the exception and not the rule.
Frankly, as an anti-abortionist, I can't understand WHY we allow the trimming of peoples' hair!!!! After all, HAIR has a "right" to life!!!!!!
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