IN SHORT – HERE FOLLOWS MY NATURIST EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA I am a naturist but foremost a Christian,...
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Second Life is not for everyone, but once you have taken the time to learn how the software works, there is a wide wonderful world to explore. Some regions better than others….Grace Christian Naturist Church is located on a huge SL Naturist Resort that understands and enforces the concept of Good Nudity.
Grace Christian Naturist Church is a fellowship of like minded believers in Second Life. Second Life is a 3d virtual reality where people interact online. Our location in Second Life is designed to provide a quite location for fellowship and worship. This is not a location for virtual sex or the like. Any lewd behavior or sexual advances will lead to removal from this land.
We are a Christian group that believes the Good News of Jesus Christ. The Truth that He died for us to pay for our sins and that if we believe in Him was are saved. We are also naturists that enjoy the comfort of simple non-sexual nudity. Many of us practice nudity in real life, socially and or at home. While others only practice it here in Second Life (SL).
“Nudity & Christianity,” his 596-page compendium of scripture citations and selectively-chosen observations by the likes of Pope John Paul II, C.S. Lewis and Kahlil Gibran, promotes a world view sacrilegious to some but perfectly natural to Cunningham.
Contrary to popular opinion, nude is not lewd, he insists.
“There's lot of references in the Bible to being naked. In the early church, all Christians were baptized naked — men, women and children. It wasn't an issue.
“My point is that the church, instead of changing the world, has let the world change it. It's accepted (Hustler publisher) Larry Flynt's definition of the body, instead of the Bible's. If the body is just lust bait, then modesty is making sure it's always covered.
Curator's note: this book is in the queue for clothes free readers book club review
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He said he started the new group specifically to congregate with other Christians, regardless of denomination, who feel closer to God without clothing.
Griffin said he aims to make friends with similar beliefs, and hopes to promote self-confidence through biblical texts.
“We were created in God’s image,” Griffin said, “so why should we be ashamed?”
To support his cause, Griffin referenced a verse from the Book of Job: “Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return.” Other examples he gave from the Bible included Christ removing his robes to wash his disciples’ feet and Isaiah’s three-year journey walking “barefoot and naked.”
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Pastor Allen Parker says it’s not about the clothes, or lack thereof. He says it’s about baring his soul to Christ and leading his flock down that path of righteousness, no matter what they’re wearing.
Every Sunday in the front few rows of White Tail Chapel, you’ll find Katie and Robert Church. Katie wasn’t a nudist when they first met, but quickly fell in love with both Robert and the resort. They married at White Tail Chapel and say the church has given them a sense of Christian community with none of the pretense of a traditional church.
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Ministerially, I feel like “the voice of one crying in the wilderness.” Christian porno-prudery is so well established as a virtue that most are blind to its real nature as a vice. Yet it has kept Christians from being the world-renowned experts in sex education that our understanding of creation and the Incarnation ought to have made us. It has stopped multiple thousands of Christian art students from ever becoming skilled with the nude. If we hadn’t abandoned the human body by surrendering God’s image and temple into secular hands, these young artists might have become modern Michelangelo’s painting contemporary “Sistine-Chapel” ceilings. Such a holy display of human nudity in our churches might have been a realistic preventative to our current religious and social focus on naked anatomy as an avenue of lust and on gender-specific body parts as sex objects.
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