If you're not a Christian nudist, then our way of living probably seems pretty strange to you, and perhaps even shocking. That's understandable. Social nudism is unlike anything most people are familiar with in today's culture. Christians who are experienced nudists will assure you quite honestly that family-oriented social nudism truly is wholesome, beneficial and -- most importantly -- compatible with the Bible. Chaste social nudism, like a lot of other good things in life, really does need to be experienced in order to be fully understood and appreciated.
Fig Leaf Forum has done much to reconcile my Christian faith with the enjoyment I derive from simply being in the nude, both at home and with others in appropriate social settings. I thank you sincerely for the insight you have provided in the matter of Christian-based nudism. (Martin, USA)Even though Fig Leaf Forum is no longer published, free access to our massive collection of back issues (more than 700 in all) is available to anyone who asks for it. Almost none of this material is time-sensitive so it's as relevant and useful today as when it was first published. That's why Fig Leaf Forum back issues are such a valuable source of information and opinion about Christian participation in social nudism/naturism.
Thank you for Fig Leaf Forum! Your work is monumental! Thanks for your bright thinking about nudity and faith. Moreover, I looked at the archive and it's wonderful, abounding! (Francis, FRANCE)
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