The naked human body, created by God, in God's own image, is basically decent, not inherently impure or sinful. The human body was created by God, and God can create no evil. It is made in God's image, and the image of God is entirely pure and good.
-God saw that everything, including naked Adam and Eve, was good.
Christian support Nudism
Here are many evidence and materials shows that Christian support nudism.
1.God made garments of skins for Adam, but the Bible does not say the state of nakedness is being condemned. Because of the Fall, Adam and Eve were no longer in Eden and were thus subject to the varieties of weather and climate, and God knew they would need clothes. God loved and cared for them even after they had sinned.
2.Song of Solomon repeatedly expresses appreciation for the naked body.
3.Every Biblical association of nakedness with shame is in reference to a sin already
committed. One cannot hide from God behind literal or figurative clothing. All stand naked before God
4. Nakedness cannot automatically be equated with sexual sin.
Linking nudity with sexual sin, to the exclusion of all else, makes as much sense as insisting that fire can only be connected to the destruction of property and life, and is therefore immoral. Sin comes not from nakedness, but from how the state of nakedness is used. Ian Barbour writes: "No aspect of man is evil in itself, but only in its misuse.
The inherent goodness of the material order, in which man's being fully participates, is,
as we shall see, a corollary of the doctrine of creation."
5.Nakedness cannot automatically be associated with lust
It is not reasonable to cover the apples in the marketplace just because someone might may be tempted by gluttony, nor is it necessary to ban money because someone might be overcome by greed. Nor is it reasonable to ban nudity, simply because an individual might be tempted to lust. Furthermore, appreciation for the beauty of a member
of the other sex, nude or otherwise, cannot be equated automatically with lust.
6.Through Christ, the Christian is returned spiritually to the same sinless, shameless state Adam and Eve enjoyed in Eden. There is no question that their nakedness was not sinful.
When God creates, nakedness is good. It follows that when God recreates, nakedness is also good.
7. Nudity has often been used in the Christian tradition as symbolic of renouncing the world to follow Christ. Many other faiths also support nudity, both historically and in current practice.
Above of these aspects, Christian support nudism in fact.