The Lord’s Prayer and the Law

The Lords Prayer III

By Roger C. North Americans appear to be getting used to life without the Lord’s Prayer. Many now accept that the recitation in public of a prayer associated with one particular religion is a form of discrimination against those who are not members of that religion or who are not … Continue reading

Prayer At Meetings: A World View

Planet Earth

Many thanks to Nick H, one of the founders of Children of Chaos, an agnostic  group in Austin, Texas. Nick found this article about a decade ago on a website, Sober Times,  that no longer exists. by the Cyber Sot One of the many paradoxes of AA is that while we … Continue reading

Separation of Church and AA

Wall I

By Don S. Des Moines We Agnostics I stopped praying in meetings years ago, but held hands while others did. I recently stopped doing that, too. I now remain seated during the prayer. This adjustment brings up several issues which Americans have already dealt with in the courts. When reading … Continue reading

Our Father Who Art Not in Public Schools

by Bob K. The Professional Golfers’ Association of America (to its own embarrassment) had a “Caucasians Only” membership policy until 1962. Viewing a recent miniseries about the Kennedys reminded me that it took the United States National Guard to overcome the objections of the Governor in getting James Meredith (a … Continue reading