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Abstract Objects


Cultivating Faith Beyond the trip

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A Resource For Everyone

Psychedelics change lives

After experiencing psilocybin for the first time in 2021, I found a powerful medicine for treating the suicidal ideation, depression, and anxiety that I had struggled with for a decade.

As an open-minded Christian minister, I knew that the psychedelic experience did more than affect my physical brain; it also had enormous spiritual and metaphysical implications. However, I was disappointed to find that there were few informed voices that sought to seriously address these substances and the experiences that they cause within the context of Christian faith and practice.


As a graduate student of Duke Divinity School, I decided to fill that gap by focusing my studies on the mind, theology, and different altered states of consciousness. Psychedelic Theology is a result of that research and work.

I hope that Psychedelic Theology can become a resource for new psychonauts, curious onlookers, or lifelong seekers.

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