A History Of Agnostics In Aa

Author: Roger C
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This book is an inspiration for those uncomfortable with the “God bit” in 12 Step recovery meetings and fellowships.

A History Of Agnostic Groups In Aa

Author: Roger C.
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Since that time, agnostic groups have been organized in AA throughout North America and Europe. This book tells the tale of some of the first agnostic groups in AA, how they were founded and by whom.

Don T Tell

Author: Roger C.
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Today, if an AA group dares to take this a step further and call itself “agnostic,” or
“atheistic,” or make any changes to the Steps as published, it risks expulsion from
the sacred meeting lists of its local Intergoup. What is going on? Are we here to
get sober, or to argue about our religious beliefs? This story is the subject of
Roger C.'s book, A History of Agnostic Groups in AA. From the early beginnings
of individual beliefs in opposition to the “god bit,” and particularly the western
Christian ...

The Little Book

Author: Roger C.
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ISBN: 0991717422
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"A celebration of the varieties of recovery experience" -William L. White "A beautiful testimony to AA's living history.

Each Breath A Gift

Author: Thomas B.
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ISBN: 099401628X
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Other books include Marya Hornbacher's Waiting, John Lauristsen's A
Freethinker in AA, My Name Is Lilian and I'm an Alcoholic (and an Atheist): How I
Got Sober in AA without All the God Stuff, The 12 Step Philosophy of Alcoholics
Anonymous: An Interpretation by Steve K. I eagerly look forward to reading
Roger's latest book, A History of Agnostics in AA. There are also a number of
books printed in Great Britain including an excellent pamphlet, “The 'God' Word –
Agnostic and Atheist ...

Beyond Belief

Author: Joe C
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I think this book will be very helpful to both the newcomer and the mature 12 Step member." Bob K, contributor to AAagnositca.org says, "I expected his book to be good. It's WAY, WAY better than good. The book is outstanding.

Key Players In Aa History

Author: Bob K
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Wilson, who is sometimes portrayed as atheist, was not. “I had always believed in
a Power greater than myself. I had often pondered these things. I was not an
atheist.” The author of “We Agnostics” also seems, from his own story, to have not
been an agnostic as well, instead believing in “a Spirit of the Universe, who knew
neither time nor limitation”. He shared his maternal grandfather's “contempt of
some church folk and their doings... his denial of the preacher's right to tell him
how he ...

What Is Alcoholics Anonymous

Author: Marc Galanter
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ISBN: 0190276568
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They also jointly wrote an introduction to the book, Don't Tell, 14 which includes a
compilation of personal stories from the AA Agnostica website. AA is a fellowship
where fidelity and respect for those who commit themselves to leadership is very
important. Although Kurtz was not a member, his history of AA15 gave him a
special place among its members, and his acceptance of the agnostic group is
important. A History of Agnostic Groups in AA16 is available as an e-book, and
Kurtz ...

Beyond Belief Agnostic Musings For 12 Step Life

Author: Joe C.
Publisher: Rebellion Dogs Publishing
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from Arthur S. et al, “Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Recovery Outcome Rates.” 73
Kurtz, The Collected Ernie Kurtz, 20: In response to anAA member who wrote
GSO about the Cain letter, Bill W. wrote to Betty R. in 1963, “Despite its petulant
and biased nature, the piece did contain some halftruths. It certainly applied to
some A.A.'s at some place at some times! Therefore it should help us take heed ...
The Psychology of Alcoholism. 78 Kurtz, Not God: A History of Alcoholics
Anonymous, p.