Being Naked and Unashamed

When posting to this blog, I try to alternate between pieces by other excellent bloggers, and those that appear in one form or another of mainstream media. The only common denominator is that the writing should be thoughtful, persuasive, and intelligible.

I was not familiar with the online publication called Patheos before stumbling into this post, clearly a resource for clergy of different faiths as a platform for theological/spiritual discourse within context of the modern age. In this piece, the author – apparently a devout Christian – finds that she’s purchased property next to a naturist retreat in the Mid-West. Despite the fact that she has no personal desire to partake in clothes-free recreation, she offers among the most compelling arguments for the merits of naturism that I’ve read anyplace.

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FOR MORE RATIONAL THOUGHTS ABOUT SOCIAL NUDITY, VISIT MY OTHER BLOG:

THE MEANDERING NATURIST


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3 thoughts on “Being Naked and Unashamed

  1. Extremely ironic you post this because I started writing a series yesterday about the Bible and nudity. I will be going through the Bible and interpreting my thoughts from a professed Christian and a nudist. Should spark interest I hope.

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    1. Most definitely. And of everything I’ve read on the topic, this author really nailed it. Particularly since she doesn’t care to practice social nudity herself, but empathizes with those who do. Huh! What a Christian ideal!
      I’ll look forward to your piece on the matter.

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