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What Does The Bible Say About Nudes

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What Does The Bible Say About Nudes

What Does The Bible Say About Nudes

The Bible says a lot about what we wear, but it doesn’t go into detail about the difference between clothing styles. There are some passages that address nudity in general, such as when God told Adam and Eve to “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:28). But we’re not sure if that means having kids or being naked all day long.

So instead of looking for verses about nudity specifically, let’s consider some principles from Scripture that can help us understand how to dress modestly.

The Bible does not specifically talk about nudes.

The Bible does not specifically talk about nudes. In fact, the word “nude” is not found in any English translation of the Bible, and there are no nude paintings or statues explicitly mentioned in Scripture.

However, there are many verses that touch on modesty and lust. For example, 1 Corinthians 6:19–20 says that “your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God; you are not your own” (NIV). The body is a gift from God with which we should be thankful rather than ashamed or afraid of it. The apostle Paul also warns Christians against being controlled by their desires to satisfy their flesh: “Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world . . . Instead be transformed by the renewing of your mind . . . so that you may discern what is best” (Romans 12:2–3).

We’re called to become like Christ and dress modestly

We are called to be like Christ and become more like Him. The Bible says, “For even hereunto were ye called: because Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that ye should follow his steps” (1 Peter 2:21)

Christ is our perfect example of how we should live our lives. He was humble, modest and not a prude or nudist either. However, he didn’t take advantage of those around him by being a glutton or drunkard or slothful in his work ethic either. Christ was also not a gossip which means you shouldn’t talk about people behind their backs!

Nudity is not an evil thing, but can lead to sin

While the Bible doesn’t specifically address nudity in art, it does teach that we should be careful not to let our desires lead us into sin.

While there are some who would like you to believe that Christians should have no problem with nudity, the Bible does not say anything about nudes specifically. It is true that there are a number of examples where nudity appears in Scripture, but none of them condone or condemn such attitudes toward nudity. The argument that nudity is evil simply doesn’t hold up here because even in these cases it isn’t clear exactly what kind of clothing was worn by those depicted and how much exposure was involved in their costumes if any at all.

As far as whether or not nudity can be used for good purposes? Again, nothing specific comes up within the pages of scripture so there’s no way for us to know for sure either way yet one thing remains clear: if someone were going out looking for an excuse to show off their body then they would need something besides scripture (or even common sense) on which they could base their decision making process because neither one supports such behavior!

If a nude picture results in lust, then you should avoid it.

If you are having problems with lust, then you should seek help. The Bible says that “The word of God is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path” (Psalm 119:105). We can ask God to help us overcome sin by reading His Word and by talking to Him through prayer.

For those struggling with this issue, it’s important to know that no one is perfect—even those who claim they have never been tempted or fallen into sin are lying. This doesn’t mean we should give up trying; rather, it means we must always strive for greater purity in thought and deed!

When the woman at the well asked Jesus for living water, he told her that whoever drinks from this water will never be thirsty again (John 4:14). When she asked him, “Sir, give me this water so that I won’t get thirsty and have to keep coming here to draw it” (v. 15), Jesus responded by saying that she should go call her husband and then come bacIn Genesis 2:25, we see Adam and Eve living without shame in their nakedness before the fall. Their innocence and lack of self-consciousness demonstrate that there is nothing inherently sinful about being naked. It was not until after their sin that they realized they were exposed (Genesis 3:11). Jesus, who is the second Adam, came to undo the effects of sin in this world and restore us to our state of innocence before God. Our freedom as human beings begins with beinSo what does this all mean? Well, there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with nudity. But it’s still important to remember that just because we don’t have a specific rule in the Bible doesn’t mean there isn’t anything wrong or sinful about the way someone might show off their body. There is nothing explicitly said saying whether anyone can look at nudies (and be justified in doing so) or not–but if they are going out looking for an excuse then they will need somethinNude pictures should not be looked at or downloaded unless it is for legitimate reasons (such as research or educational purposes). If they result in lust, then they are not good. Many people will tell you otherwise, but the Bible says that “lust is the root of all sin” and that “lust is a form of idolatry. If your picture is not going to cause anyone else to sin, then it should be fine. If you are self-conscious about your body, then avoid posting nudes of yourself on social media or anywhere else online. But if you have a healthy body image and don’t mind showing it off, then by all means go ahead!