The Holy Mushroom theory presents a challenge to social scientists interested in entheogenic and psychedelic history.
If there is a Christian mushroom cult, it won’t be found without critical historical inquiry.
Lacking real evidence, Jan Irvin shows that he is not a historian, but an ideologue.
The evidence touted by Christian mushroom-cult theorists reads more like an opinion column than real historical inquiry.
If Jan Irvin doesn’t investigate his hypotheses, how seriously can we take his conclusions?