Biblical Nudity And A Biblical View of the Nude Body

(Guest Post By Melissa DejaNude)
Issues pertaining to biblical nudity:
Biblical Nudity – The Bible tells us about the origins of our world and why it is the method that we see it today. In the first 2 chapters, we read that God created the world and after that called everything that He created quite good. We understand that Adam and Eve were nude at this point and that it was God’s intention about them to be nude. God gave them 1 prohibition: “usually do not eat of the fruit of the tree of the understanding of good and bad”; He told them the results of eating of the fruit as well: they’d perish.
Nudity In The Bible
In chapter 3, the Father of lies convinces Adam and Eve that God was wrong and so they really break the prohibition. They find they were unclothed and so that they clothe themselves. God desires to fellowship and Adam is hiding because he was scared because nudistvideonet was naked.
God didn’t clothe them at that point, http://nudenudist.com/tube/while-looking-for-the-nude-beach/ after he curses the ground, Adam’s punishment, v.18; God does that for their physical protection from The Curse. With that as backdrop, simple nudity is mostly impartial, stated as a observation without judgement.
Although straightforward nudity was presented in a positive light, with Saul and Isaiah, simple nudity has never been presented in a negative light; when it is cast in a negative light, another sin like homosexuality (Noah, Gen 9) or incest (Lot, Gen 19) or lust (David, 2 Sam 11) is present. The Bible may not present any particular examples of the straightforward nudity that we practice, but we know that bad ideas come from our minds, not outside sources (Mark 7:21-3) and that God created our bodies to be received with thanksgiving (1 Tim 4:4)
The vital question relating to this lifestyle is did God’s viewpoint of His creation change at the autumn? If it did, then there exists a moral basis for clothing. If it didn’t, then the reason for wearing clothing is only to shield us from getting hurt, in many instances by the environment. God can’t tempt us (James 1:12-15) and He commanded Isaiah to go nude (Isa 20:2); so that means that being naked is not a sin. So which means that we have the liberty in Christ to be nude.
Biblical Scripture References:
Genesis 1-2
Genesis 3:9
Genesis 3:18
Genesis 9
Genesis 19
II Samuel 11
Mark 7:21-23
I Timothy 4:4
James 1:12-15
Isaiah 20:2
Biblical Nudity and The Bible’s Viewpoint of Nakedness was published by – Young Naturists And Young Nudists America FKK
Tags: christianity, modesty, the bible
Classification: Naturism and Naturism, Faith and Nudity
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