Talk:Nudity in religion

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Sefer Digambara Pulkhanim ha'Yehudi[edit]

This may be a hoax. Or at the least not notable and advertising. Joe407 (talk) 15:46, 8 June 2009 (UTC)

It is not a hoax, but an actual book that has been published. The book, or "sefer" in Ivrit, provides a fresh look into Jewish ritual practices by introducing readers to aspects and behaviors of religious nudism with the Jewish tradition. The practice provides three things: 1, a focus on mysticism. 2, a fresh Eastern look on personal, family, and community rituals. And, 3, an introduction into the wholesome benefits, spiritually and physically, of incorporating religious nudism into one's life. This is eco-friendly Judaism meets Social Nudism. Before, judging it, might I suggest learning more about it first. Look the book up online - Sefer Digambara Pulkhanim ha'Yehudi, Book of Ascetic Nudity Rituals of the Jew, copyright 2009. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.149.110.174 (talk) 12:02, 30 January 2010 (UTC)

Useful reference[edit]

Here's an article (available through JSTOR) about ritual nudity in early Chinese religion.

  • Schafer, Edward H. (1951), "Ritual Exposure in Ancient China", Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 14:130-184.

Keahapana (talk) 22:38, 30 December 2014 (UTC)