Christianity and Nudism

Christianity and social nudism are not mutually exclusive. Many nudist clubs and resorts even have chapel services.

Christian nudists are Christians who practice social nudism. They do not see any conflict between the teachings of the Bible and living their lives and worshiping God without any clothing, believing that covering the body leads to its sexualization. Thus, the common notion that nudity and sexuality go hand-in-hand is seen as a worldly point of view. The Christian definition of the human body should be separate, distinct, and non-materialistic. If clothing truly controlled lust and immoral sexual activity, then these would not be occurring to any great extent.

Many Christian naturists have very little disagreement with the core beliefs of long-established churches, and may even be a member. They feel the error of obligatory dress is cultural, rather than anything related to salvation.

Organized Christian naturism exists in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Brazil. Public rules of conduct are similar to those of family-oriented nudist resorts. Any inappropriate sexual activity is considered to be against God's Word. Most Christian nudists do not accept New Age and humanist philosophies which occr in some parts of social nudism.

(Above adapted from the Wikipedia article on Christian Naturism)

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)

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Social Nudism and Christianity are no mutually exclcusive!

 Nude woman holding Bible