The Bible does not condemn viewing nudity. I’ve been a Christian since I was 12. I’ve been a hard-core Christian too! Like most men and some women, I struggled with masturbating and viewing porn. I would go through cycles of repentance and failure. I would try to be accountable. I talked regularly to a good Christian friend.
Finally, I started reading to check up on why I believe what I believe. I started with masturbation. The only place that masturbation is mentioned in the Bible to my knowledge is where a son of Judah by the name of Onan decided to spill his semen on the ground rather than impregnating his wife. God struck him dead as a door nail. That example would be enough to get any man to stop whacking off.
Onan wasn’t even masturbating though. He was obligated to marry his brother’s wife after his brother had died and to raise up children in his brother’s name (which was the law back then). He didn’t want to impregnate his wife to have kid’s in his brother’s name so he spilled the goods. It pissed God off and wham, dead Onan. It’s funny how when a story is preached a certain way for a long time how it doesn’t get passed by our “that doesn’t make any sense” filter. But no where in this story is there a hint of God condemning masturbation. God killed Onan because He didn’t obey His laws, not because he pleasured himself (which he wasn’t even doing).
Now many may say, ok but I can’t masturbate without lusting. Ok let’s check out lusting. The Scripture command here is where Jesus said that adultery was wrong before but now He was raising the bar and declaring that lusting after a woman was the same as adultery. Lusting is where you imagine yourself having sexual acts with someone who is not your spouse. Makes sense! Jesus was saying if you’re imagining doing the act then you’re doing it in your heart.
So watch all the porn you want. Masturbate until you can’t do it any more but don’t lust. Don’t imagine you and that person you are looking at having sex. Just masturbate and enjoy the sight of that other man and woman having sex. Do you see? When you put yourself in the picture you are wanting to possess or have that other person who is not yours to have. That’s the basic essence of lust, wanting something that isn’t yours. That’s why it’s mentioned about lusting after other things in the Bible. You are wanting to have something that God didn’t give you! You are coveting and envying which are sins. Lust is coveting and envying someone else’s spouse.
So enjoy all the nudity and porn you want (that’s between a man and a woman [another discussion]). God created us in the Garden naked. Then He gave Adam and Eve the command ( what a lovely command) to multiply. The original design was to be a nudist world (I don’t think that is wise now, but we’ll save that for another discussion as well). God created our bodies and sex to be beautiful! Enjoy but just don’t lust (covet and envy)

When I was working on this site before, I had considered changing up the format and excluding erotic pictures. One of the main reasons that I had started this blog was to invite conversation with others who may be interested in what the Bible actually says and doesn’t say about enjoying viewing nudity and sex. I’m afraid people who are committed Christians who are interested but not decided, would be put off by the nudie pics. I really want this site to be a safe place for discussion on the topic. There are plenty of sites that offer videos and pictures of sexual encounters but none other that I’m aware of that offer Biblical based conversation on the topics of masturbation, nudity, viewing people having sex and so forth. So my new format would be geared towards conversation and discussion which is what I was hoping for when I created the blog. I believe Christians who would be interested in this kind of honest discussion are turned off because they are turned on by the pictures I usually include with each blog post. So because they are trying to serve Jesus while figuring out true Biblical sexuality they avoid my site and I get almost no discussion on my blog. I get a good bit of views but hardly any comments since I started this blog over three years ago.
So since I wiped my site clean I figured this would be a good time to change formats. I know I’ll lose a few visitors to my blog but if someone leaves simply because the absence of erotic images then maybe they weren’t here for the true purpose of this blog… The only down side in my opinion is that my previous blogs provided “safe” erotic images that conform to Biblical standards (i.e. no orgies, homosexual activities, and so forth).
What are your opinions?

Recently, I wiped this site clean. In a moment of panic I erased years of blog posts and comments. I’ve been praying for several things for quite a long time and had hoped that my prayers would be answered this year by a certain date. When that date came and went, I reevaluated my relationship with God. I know that many of the things that I write about aren’t “kosher” so to speak. I know that my views and thoughts based on the Bible, aren’t accepted by the vast majority of Christians. I’m not born in a vacuum, I know my beliefs would make most Christians want to stone me. Sexuality is a highly sensitive area, hence, the reason for an anonymous blog. But regardless of the church, I want Jesus to be pleased with me. I don’t want to do anything that would put distance between my LORD and myself. I love God with all my heart. So when I didn’t hear anything from God, after all these years of praying, I started to reevaluate my beliefs on viewing nudity and sex. I’ve went back to the Bible, using something that I didn’t know how to use when I first came to my very controversial views on sex and nudity and masturbation. I used the internet. I looked up nudity in several versions of the Bible and I even looked up those words for nudity in the Greek and Hebrew. At first I was seriously considering the idea that I was simply wrong because while the Bible doesn’t say “Don’t look at nudity or watch people have sex”, most of the scriptures that mention nudity do so in a negative manner. It can be a very confusing ride and my main desire is to please Jesus. So in light of the “negative” verses dealing with nudity, I freaked out, erased all my years of work and conversation, and placed my nudie magazines and movies with nudity in the garbage. Then after I talked with my wife and continued to pray about the subject, I came right back around to the same conclusions. So for those of you who missed me, I’m back :)