Genesis 3:7, 3:11: Man clothed himself after he sinned, because of fear and as a self-righteous act to redeem himself.
Clothing is a symptom of the disease known as sin or guilt. What could be more innocent than a newborn child, naked and vulnerable to the world, dependent on the love and protection of others to get them through to adulthood? What could better exemplify the tenets of Christianity better than a willingness to embrace the nature that God created, as God created you, Adam, and Eve? Unashamed, unadulterated joy and freedom abound in the act of nudism itself, not perversion or lechery. Before you can love others fully and feel and understand the plight of common man, you must love yourself. In order to love yourself you must accept yourself, understand your flaws as well as your strengths, and expose them to the universe, content with your mind, spirit, and body. That is nudism in a nutshell.
These days naturist Christians have tons of events and organizations to choose from, with a myriad of destinations, spa’s, beaches, and resorts to visit. Naturist activities abound throughout the planet, and of course naturist Christians can attend any nudist activity armed with their own faith and belief in God and the Bible, however, ranches such as Natura exist that are purely nudist resorts or colonies that were built strictly for the naturist Christian. Clothes have a utilitarian use. They can protect you from harm from the elements or from machinery, and certainly are not a bad thing, but being nude has a tremendous metaphysical and exalting effect on the soul. It allows one to be free of all Earthly burdens, and experience the grandness of God’s wonderful creation without any filter or barrier. It allows one to feel the warmth of the sun that God created, to enjoy the feel of salt air on the skin that He has designed, to be washed in the Ocean’s that He has created. Communal nudism exhibits the camaraderie and joy of sharing the beautiful body that God created for you to journey through your time on this Earth with others as well as yourself. One must look upon the human body as one would look at a grand sunset or a majestic mountain capped by snow. One must look at the human body as the miracle that it is. This joy, this freedom, this ideal, is as Christian an ideal as exists. It is a celebration of God’s work, it is a remembrance of God’s will before the original sin, and it is a belief in God’s law.