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So I am ic and abdl, one caused the other am I myself am mostly happy about it except one thing. Religion I started out Lutheran than for 20 year didn't go to church, but now I have started going again to a Christian church. So is being abdl a sin??? Is being abdl wrong in the eyes of god??? I don't really know I done some research of it and never got a good answer. This I fight with a lot. Any advice
 
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Is wearing a diaper a sin? No
 
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Diapers in itself isn't a sin. But this might get some backlash but in Corinthians it states:

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.
1 Corinthians 13:11, King James Version

However if read out of context it sounds as if you can't be childish. But when you get to Matthew 18:3 which states:
And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. - Matthew 18:3 KJV.

I think to summarize it all, my thinking is that if you follow God's plan overall and not let ABDL be your main overall focus, all should be well. Lots of these scenarios are based on our focus not being towards God but based on Earthly material. Or physical or spiritual growth.
 
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Like many things, don’t let it be a false idol that you put before God.
 
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Zernesti333 said:
So, is being abdl a sin? Is being abdl wrong in the eyes of god?
You must balance Biblical references with Christian morality. Pay attention to your heart. Read the following.

Is Being an ABDL (adult baby/diaper lover) OK with God?

Perhaps the greatest need for ABDLs is that of acceptance. An ABDL may spend years or decades learning to accept him or herself. He (or less often, she) may conceal these desires from family, friends, wife, and church, because of the fear of rejection. Like the square peg, ABDLs don't fit in. They are up against a cultural bias. This bias is so ingrained that it has become invisible. Square pegs won't fit in round holes, but why do we presume that this is the peg's fault? Why is it the peg's fault for being square, and not the hole's fault for being round? This partially is because 'normal' has strayed from its mathematical definition: Being 'abnormal' is often presumed to be bad.

To complicate matters, the distinction between what a person is and what a person does is blurred. They are intertwined, but they are not the same. Even if an ABDL finds his infantilism or diaper fetish unacceptable, he needs to be able to accept himself. Our culture has few precedents of this, and so it is difficult. The difficulty of being different is one reason why so many try to be the same. However unfair it may be, it is the ABDL who has to deal with acceptability. Finding acceptance has become easier with the growth of the Internet and the development of the ABDL community. These helped in two ways. First, they reduced the level of marginalization: Before, many ABDLs were isolated individuals. After, they were still a small minority, but no longer alone. Second, more and better information became available. Since people tend to fear the unknown, this broader understanding helped develop acceptance. Still, accepting oneself and finding acceptance from others might be difficult.

Acceptance from God

The evaluation of infantilism or diaper fetishes should include all facets, including the spiritual and social. As 91-99% of ABDLs were raised in predominately Christian regions, acceptance from God is often a concern. God loves us, and knows we aren't perfect. However, we should still carefully evaluate the morality of infantilism. While there are some Biblical references that can be applied, Christian morality is not black-and-white on this issue.
A blanket statement either way has dire risks. Simply concluding that it is sinful will force many to stand against their infantilism or diaper fetishes. This is a terrible burden, and many Churches are ill-equipped to help. God is able to do all things, certainly, but we don't jump off bridges just so He can catch us (Matthew 4:5-7). We must be sure of our reasons and convictions. The alternative would be to say these desires are not sinful. The danger here is that a blanket moral statement - leveraged by an unsatisfied hunger - might drive people to act against their convictions. Acting against one's convictions is always a sin (1 Corinthians 8:7, 10:25-29, Romans 14:14). There are dire risks either way. Each of us must draw our own conclusion about the matter. Making peace with God might be an ongoing process. However, God's love and acceptance aren't at stake. They are a gift, delivered in Jesus Christ.

See
understanding.infantilism.org/are_abdls_ok.php
 
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This would be a great discussion with a subject matter expert. Here’s a few suggestions.

- Walk into a Church far away from where you live and ask for a priest’s religious guidance in private.
- Make an account on one or several religious websites such as https://www.religiousforums.com and have a discussion there. Surely you’ll get much more feedback and meaningful discussion from people who are committed to both their religions and their intellectual discussions.

Don’t forget to report back. It’ll be interesting to hear what they say.
 
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Wearing nappies is not a sin. FULL STOP. Don't let anyone tell you anything else. It might not be "acceptable" to society to wear without medical reasons but that's not your problem.
The bible is a collection of writings more than 2000 years ago put together by a committee who rejected many other gospels written around the same time because they didn't follow the dogma of the newly established church. The five gospels themselves were also edited to marginalize the role of women in the Jesus story. Female bishops and priests were written out of history. I could go on....but please don't look to the bible for a judgement on daiper wearing.
 
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I've always imagined that God had bigger things to worry about than what kind of underwear I might be wearing.

I feel loved when I'm being cared for as an AB; I cannot imagine that's wrong in the eyes of God.
 
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Not religious myself but logically speaking I say God made you this way and it is said God is perfect so it's yours to embrace and cherish without question. God doesn't judge you for the way he chose to make you so it's unfair to judge yourself.

Also you were made this way for reasons. The gift of not losing touch with your inner child, to know and cherish purity and innocence, so you never forget what's important in life. So you can be kindhearted like a child and protective of those smaller and weaker than you. And to temper any judgement you may have towards those who are different from you, by having your own secret skeletons to remind you of the struggle for acceptance, by your own self and others, which we all face in one way or another.

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As said above, much of what you know and follow today was interpreted, filtered, altered, and written by many humans and colored by social behavior control agendas over many millenia. Churches in the past also used to be the seat of human governance, so a lot of dual role spiritual and political messaging was blurred together. Political ideals pertaining to social stability, controlling unrest and maintaining order, population and resource control, societal survival, etc rather than spiritual (eg don't eat unrefrigerated meat before the invention of refrigerators and microbiology, etc). So take the smaller details with a grain of salt and don't lose sight of the original message and bigger picture.
 
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I’m deeply religious myself, and understand your concern. pretty confident when I say it’s not inherently a sin. As some have mentioned, don’t let it become a false idol, or else it is a sin.

Additionally the sexual stuff gets murky, but again it’s not inherently a sin. Biblically speaking, God designed sex for married couples and married couples only. Within the context of that marriage, pretty much anything consensual is ok, and that would include diapers. Lusting after a woman other than your own wife is sinful, and I think arguably lusting after diapers should be limited in the same vein, but it’s not the same (no aspects of adultery).
 
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Sorry if this sounds a little preachy, but from one Christian to another. Think of it like this...

God is called Father and He calls us children. An AB is a child (a child in an adult body). God wants us to belong to Him... 'God's children'. God wants us to rely on him for everything, and follow His instructions.

This in some many ways is what an AB does and is. I could name verses but then you would have half the Bible (and I DON'T think the Bible's wording is a mistake). I think a Christian AB has the ability to understand the word of God far better then any others. So, be God's AB.
 
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PixelBaby said:
And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. - Matthew 18:3 KJV.
I don't believe that it meant it literally. I was raised Mormon, and have deviated because reasons (don't ask, please). I like to consider myself as a sort of Bible scholar, and maybe I shouldn't be the a "pedantic police," if you know what I mean. But I think that just means "be humble like a young child" and not "become a child." But you're right, I don't think God cares (if he does indeed exist) so long as we don't allow ABDL to take over our lives (a mistake that I attempted to make at the age of around 16, which effectively ruined my life because want, along with the want of a less abusive sort if attention that I never acquired, was overpowering my morality)
 
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I have had to give this thought, having been brought up in a very conservative Christian environment. I have concluded that AB/DL in itself is not a sin. However, there is often a sexual element to it and that is where the waters become murky.
 
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The bible is clear in that all sins are the same in the eyes of God. Is diaper wearing a sin if it's done for sexual gratification? Probably but the definition of sin is anything that separates one from God. There are a lot of things that do that like watching television. We are imperfect creations and God is well aware of that. But we are also God's children. Would you for all eternity, punish your own child for using diapers? I don't think God would either.
 
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Zernesti333 said:
So I am ic and abdl, one caused the other am I myself am mostly happy about it except one thing. Religion I started out Lutheran than for 20 year didn't go to church, but now I have started going again to a Christian church. So is being abdl a sin??? Is being abdl wrong in the eyes of god??? I don't really know I done some research of it and never got a good answer. This I fight with a lot. Any advice
As an Atheist, I vote no. Accept yourself as you are and give up worrying about anyone or anything else.
 
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I am a Christian who is also incontinent, and who is also an ABDL, who is also Asexual and this is a hard no. There's nothing inherently sexual about wearing or using diapers in itself, especially if they're for medical reasons. Also, my religious encourages being kind and loving to everyone around you more than anything which also means if anyone is mean to you and/or labeling for wearing diapers, they're the sinners not you.

Of course, there are people in the community who do sexualize it and/or worship wearing them to the point where they "Love it more than they love God." Something I'd say is common knowledge is that one should never love a gift any more than the one who gave you the gift. I personally view incontinence or a safe opportunity to wear them without any harmful risks to be God's way of gifting them to me. And thus I love him more than anything, including my diapers.

But in the end, you're absolutely supposed to accept yourself for who you are and treat others the way you enjoy being treated. So long story short, it is okay to be a strongly faithful ABDL who deeply loves their Father in Heaven. I also know there are non-religious groups that I won't force on either, but either way. I will accept those for who they are too.
 
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Zernesti333 said:
So is being abdl a sin???
That always depends on who you ask. For some religious people it definitely is a sin. For others it isn't. As for what God thinks of sexual attractions to diapers or strong desires for infantile regression, I have no clue. How can I possibly understand God's thinking process if I don't even know what he/she is made of? Does he/she have human-like thinking, constantly being influenced by various neurons, glands and hormones?

The concept of "sin" is derived from people's interpretations of translations of ancient writings, filtered through popular political and philosophical theories at any given time. In other words, we are all on our own on this one. It seems to help lessen our fears if we can find enough positive opinions to bolster what we wish to believe, but there will always be that annoying doubt.
 
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The older I get the harder it becomes to stay a Christian. The more I learn about the Bible the harder it is to believe.

Be good to others and wear whatever underwear you like. Boxers, Briefs, Diapers. It’s no one else’s business. Even god.
 
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Str88jacketabdl said:
The older I get the harder it becomes to stay a Christian. The more I learn about the Bible the harder it is to believe.

Be good to others and wear whatever underwear you like. Boxers, Briefs, Diapers. It’s no one else’s business. Even god.
And it's not just Christianity but rest of the one god(male dominated) religions.
 
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Str88jacketabdl said:
The older I get the harder it becomes to stay a Christian. The more I learn about the Bible the harder it is to believe.

Be good to others and wear whatever underwear you like. Boxers, Briefs, Diapers. It’s no one else’s business. Even god.
There is nothing wrong, or un-Christiaan about questioning the Bible. There is plenty in the Bible that is hard to understand and that scholars have debated for millennia. As a practicing Christian, I'll admit I'm conflicted about my ABDL side. But I can not deny that God loves me and that I am saved by grace through the blood of Jesus. Focus on your relationship with God through Jesus and the rest will become a bit easier.
 
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