What would Jesus say about posing topless?
A handful of racy photos have been discovered of the reigning Miss California and Miss Anti-Opposite Marriage. Indeed, Carrie Prejean may not believe in gay nuptials, but she does believe in posing half-naked!
First, there's this lewd picture of Prejean in B!isss Magazine. Is it particularly offensive? No. But is it appropriate for a woman that claims to live her life according to the Bible? You tell us.
Far worse than the aforementioned photograph, however, is a topless image of Prejean that's circulating around the Internet. The setting/source of the picture is currently unknown - but that's definitely Prejean, and those are definitely her (fake) boobs being covered up:
Supporters admire Carrie Prejean's supposed inner beauty and courage. What do they have to say about her outer nudity?
According to Alicia Jacobs, an entertainment reporter at KVBC in Las Vegas, there are six scantily-clad shots of Prejean from this spread. Some are more revealing than the one shown above.
Naturally, we'll publish them all as they get released. (Hey, Carrie asked for this attention when she went on her post-Miss USA Pageant media tour.)
On a somewhat serious note, we hope Christians soon recognize the irrationality of hurrying to embrace anyone that makes one statement and/or appears to support their agenda. Wouldn't it serve their cause a lot better to distinguish between a principled position, based on theological understanding of scripture, rather than a knee-jerk endorsement of anyone that cites the Bible?
After all, if being gay is a sinful lifestyle choice, as Prejean has stated, what about flaunting one's body for money and attention?
Before we open this post up to comments and discussion - keep it clean and respectful, but we'd love to hear from Prejean supporters in light of this naked evidence - we'll leave you with the following passage from Timothy 2:9:
I also want women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, not with braided hair [extensions] or gold [highlights] or pearl [necklaces] or expensive [lingerie] clothes, but with good deeds, appropriate for women who profess to worship God.
FOLLOW THIS ARTICLE'S JUMP TO READ PREJEAN'S STATEMENT, ADDRESSING THIS NUDE PHOTO SCANDAL.