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Psychedelics and Theology

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Joe Rogan and other internet personalities have claimed that Jesus never existed. Instead, He was a hallucinogenic mushroom. What does the evidence say?

It may be easy to dismiss psychedelic experiences as hallucinations or "all in your head." But what happens when there is evidence from outside the trip that what you experienced could be more?


The Bible condemns potion-making, witchcraft, and oracles. Does the use of psychedelic drugs fall into these categories? Is it a sin like idolatry or sorcery?

The Bible commands Christians to be "sober-minded?" Is it possible to fulfill this task and use psychedelics? Could they actually help us be more sober-minded?

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