Its there Peter and I will leave you to read it as you said inferentially that some believers are not exacting. I also cited some meanings from CBT in another post and you haven't responded to them. Stop playing with your sense of the supposed lack of exactness of words when expressed as a cognitive dissonance where words are simply not read and start applying that exactness you spoke about by reading the words I wrote properly. Adam was not naked as in a meaning of being unclothed. This is not a Taylor Shop discourse where we think of suits and fine linen it is a biblical meaning that is self proclaiming and doesn't need to be obfuscated to another meaning. Adam was not naked when he hid from God. Why did he say that he was? That is the predicative charge of a man who was an atheist and in recent years is earning a profound reputation in psychology because of his biological experiments over 100 years ago. I studied him nearly forty years ago at University. CBT is what precisely Peter - and where did it come from as a modality of therapy?
"Adam was not naked as in a meaning of being unclothed"
This is a contradictatory statement in regard to the scripture that says he was naked.
One reason I would suggest it means he was physically naked is because there is no mention of clothes until God got skins to cloth Adam and Eve. Secondly it is clear in the law, showing the nakedness of ones self or parents etc is sinful. The story of Noah and getting drunk is one such situation.
Now equally naked can also mean emotionally vulnerable. One could say taking the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil resolved this nakedness or need to trust God for working out future behaviour.
What makes me wonder is why this issue is so touchy for yourself?
Your analysis of psychology is one of distaste rather than empirical. I am not interested in how people come to their conclusions but whether their conclusions are helpful. I am interested theologically in regard to the balance of impulse and disposition with choice. This is important in regard to sin and responsibility, homosexual behaviour along with transgender issues. We can simply say the commandments condemn this behaviour and clearly see why it is unhelpful, but when faced with people torn apart by conflicting desires, this does not help much.
In our house group, one daughter of a member is bisexual, while another has married their partner both being male. You get to the point of loving people in the situation while also being aware both people have permanent medication for mental health issues and cannot cope well with normal life.
The modern discussion about identity and gender for me is irrelevant. I am who I am and explore how I react to different situations. I once tried on by mistake a jacket that was female and felt so bad. So I do not really know how others experience such things, but I wish to honour the Lord and show love where I can. God bless you