Author: Roger

An Academic Analysis of Do Tell!

In 2018 a scholar based his doctoral dissertation, “Experiences of Atheists and Agnostics in Alcoholics Anonymous”, on the book Do Tell! Stories by Atheists and Agnostics in AA, published in 2015. Last month Brent...

An Agnostic and Mainstream AA

By Brendan O’K “All people must necessarily rally to the call of their own particular convictions and we of AA are no exception,” said Bill Wilson. One of my strong convictions is agnosticism, the...

The Labyrinth Facilitator

The Labyrinth represents a life’s journey. When I walked a labyrinth for the first time, I realized that I wasn’t lost, I had made no mistakes, for a labyrinth has no dead ends, just...

Agnostics and the AA Program

By Witek D.  We agnostics and atheistic members of AA are sometimes criticized for changing the content of the 12 Steps. It’s partly true, but we MUST do it! We have to do this...

15 Benefits of Staying Sober

By Cassidy Webb Originally published on New Directions If you are new to this whole sobriety thing and are struggling with the idea of never drinking or drugging again – that’s okay! Coming from...

11 Benefits Of Being Sober

Originally posted on I Am Sober Being drunk is great. There are all those late nights and early hangovers; egregious texts to friends and former lovers; citations and fees for various acts of indecency;...

Nine Years Old!

By Roger C AA Agnostica is now nine years old! It’s fireworks time! Three Million Viewers Launched in June of 2011, the website defines itself as “a space for agnostics, atheist and freethinkers in...

Reshaping the AA Culture

AA needs to move beyond the canon of the Old Book, published in 1939. Will it?  This is an article originally posted five years ago on AA Agnostica. It is the introduction to the...