Although I had long been attracted to a naturist lifestyle, it was
limited to the odd beach visit; and even then I felt that, as a
Christian, I was not behaving well. When in 2001, through reading
some articles and a booklet, I came to feel that there was no conflict
between the two worlds, it was a kind of healing and a kind of
I tried out a local landed club, joined a local swim, and took part in
a day at Studland organized by the Christian Naturist Fellowship. I
was hooked, and I have belonged to that group ever since.
10 thoughts on “A Christian looks at the naturist world”
The website which contains all these scriptures is Fig Leaf Forum. There is a weekly newsletter from November to April each year.
There was a neat website that documents all the scriptures related to being naked, but I can't remember where I saw it. Here is a link that shows naked biblical art. http://www.texaschapbookpress.com/magellanslog19/jesusnakedtintro.htm
The original intention was to be naked. Also, Jesus was born naked, baptized naked, and died naked. Not sure why the Catholic church and other church denominations hide this fact.
Thanks for that. I agree; though I have to admit that there are some folk who would use the naturist world for less than honest purposes, and we need to be careful.
I'm a Christian and I will say that I'm comfortable being both a Christian and a nudist. I think the Bible tells us to not be ashamed of our bodies, made in His image.