Slaying The Dragon

Slaying The Dragon

Reviewed by bob k. Those among us having a fondness for history are accustomed to being transported to the past, and Mr. White does this deliciously in the second edition of Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America, beginning with a sojourn to Colonial America to meet Dr. … Continue reading

Experiencing Spirituality

Experiencing Spirituality

Experiencing Spirituality: Finding Meaning Through Storytelling By Ernest Kurtz & Katherine Ketcham Reviewed by John M. For many readers at AA Agnostica, there is much in this newly released book that will offend your secular sensibilities. At the same time, there are a number of stories and quotations cited by the … Continue reading

Don’t Tell – Introduction

Shhh

You can’t solve a problem if you don’t first admit that it exists. That’s just about the first thing we learn in recovery. Almost forty years ago, in July 1976, a report was presented to an AA trustees’ committee suggesting that agnostics and atheists in the fellowship were often made … Continue reading

Don’t Tell – Review

Don't Tell

By Chris G. Who are we, we alcoholic agnostic, atheist, free-thinking people who come to this website? I sense that many of us are pretty lonely individuals looking for a community, and many are beginning to find it here and in others places. After haunting web-based agnostic AA for about … Continue reading