A Reverend at the Agnostic AA Convention

Rev. Ewing

By Joe C. There is nothing surprising or unhealthy about the debate that we see about speakers, procedures and policies for this inaugural We Agnostics and Freethinkers International AA Convention (WAFT IAAC). Being the first of this scale, the decisions made are magnified. It’s not just what the impact is … Continue reading

My Path in AA

Blossoms

By life-j. The path was not easy for this agnostic in AA. I was an atheist when I got sober, as arrogant as most people with staunchly held beliefs. Sober, I have still never felt the presence of a god, but I have come to be open-minded to accept that … Continue reading

We Are Not Saints

Fellowship

My name is Roger and I am an alcoholic. It was snowing on Friday evening, the last day of November, in downtown Toronto. I didn’t know that until I hauled my bicycle out of the porch and onto the driveway. It made me a bit nervous. I would have to ride almost … Continue reading

Finding Our Way

Field of Flowers

An agnostic discovers his place in the Fellowship This article is in the current, October 2012, issue of the AA Grapevine. You can subscribe to the online version here: AA Grapevine. In the post, Jerry mentions the We Agnostics group in Austin, which was started in 2001 by Charlie P. You can read … Continue reading

Is There Room Enough in AA?

Birds at Feeder

By J. L. from Oakland, California. Published in the AA Grapevine in October 1987. Copyright ©  AA Grapevine; reprinted with permission. Recently my twenty-eight-year-old son began to recognize his growing problem with alcohol (an episode with the law helped get his attention) and went to his first AA meeting on his own … Continue reading