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Stoner Jesus Bible Study is a Centennial, Colorado Bible study group founded by Deb Button in May 2014.[1] As of 2015, the group was led by Pastor Greg.[2] Button brought together a group of around 20[3] or 30[4] individuals through social media.[1] The group includes people of many faiths or no faith at all.[5] Button, who calls herself a conservative, says she voted against Colorado legalization of marijuana initiatives before founding the group.[4][3]


Steve Rudd in has stated in Drugs and the Bible: E, Shrooms, Cocaine, Crack, Marijuana that using "illicit" drugs is a form of sorcery.[6] Jennifer LeClaire writing for Charisma magazine called the group "blasphemous".[5]

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  1. ^ a b Reeves Wiedeman (November 4, 2015), "Ambling Through America's Most Stoned Suburbs", New York magazine
  2. ^ Britt Moreno (December 3, 2015), Bible Study Group Combines Faith, Joints, CBS
  3. ^ a b Samuel Smith (December 8, 2015), "'Stoner Jesus Bible Study' Combines Word, Weed", Christian Post
  4. ^ a b David Kelly (January 31, 2016), "The creed includes weed for these Colorado Christians", The Los Angeles Times
  5. ^ a b Jennifer LeClaire (December 11, 2015), "Blasphemous 'Stoner Jesus' Group Takes Bible Study to Pot", Charisma News, Charisma magazine
  6. ^ Heather Clark (December 6, 2015), Colorado Bible Study Goes to Pot: 'Stoner Jesus' Group Combines Weed with the Word, Christian News Network