Religion and naturism
Yes, this is for the religious naturists, especially those who aren’t very certain if they can be naturists because of their religion.
First off let me make it clear that I am not religious.
I’m spiritual though.
When I read forums, articles and other bits and pieces I can’t help noticing that lots of religious people still have this worry in the back of their heads if they’re doing the right thing by leaving their clothes behind and going out in the nude.
It’s sad that this happens. Why this doubt? Your maker, creator, god, deity, name him, her or it, knows what you look like beneath those garments. After all, he, she or it created you, right? So why would it be a problem to go out in the attire your god handed to you?
Another something to consider is that you are part of your god’s creation. A creation in which clothes weren’t part of the beginning (at least for the Adam and Eve part I am sure). They were naked in the garden of Eden.
In Virginia there’s a (rather controversial) church called White Tail Chapel. It’s located at the White Tail Resort. The pastor there, Allan Parker, invites everyone to come to his church the way they were born. Naked. And that is how he is too.
If you want to learn more about this remarkable place, have a look here.
For those not that interested, the website at http://www.naturist-christians.org might be interesting, though. It’s not difficult to find like-minded people if you take the trouble to wander around the Internet a little.
Don’t be afraid to be naked. It’s natural.