Key Players in AA History

Key Players Front Cover

Review by Roger C. Our friend, bob k, has written an exceptional book. But before we have a look at Key Players in AA History, let’s back up just a little bit. Bob first starting writing on AA Agnostica a little over three years ago, in December, 2011. He quickly became … Continue reading

An Atheist’s Twelfth Step

Individualism

By JHG When we first get to AA, we can just “take what we like and leave the rest”, but eventually, we have to decide whether we’re even going to stay. And if we stay, we need to do what we can to get the most out of the experience. There is … Continue reading

The Doorknob Deity

Doorknob

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” –Martin Luther King, Jr. By Tom P. AA saved my life and set me on an exciting journey of personal growth and transformation. I am very grateful. Yet, with regard to religion, it feels to me that … Continue reading

Dr. Bob – Part Two (Akron-Style AA)

Dr Bob

From his last drink in June, 1935, AA became the centerpiece of Dr. Bob’s life… (He) worked with Sister Ignatia… to treat thousands of alcoholics, who were then channeled into AA. He provided all of these services without charge. (Slaying The Dragon, William L. White, p. 186) By bob k … Continue reading

Common Sense Recovery

CSR Cover

An expanded second edition of Common Sense Recovery: An Atheist’s Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous is now available.  It contains several additional chapters as well as a Foreword by Ward Ewing, former chair of the AA General Service Board. A paperback version is available at Recovery 101 and at Amazon. It is also available online … Continue reading