Category: History – Modern

The post-millennium history of Alcoholics Anonymous.

AA Meeting Guide

By Roger C Want to find an AA meeting? Want to find a secular AA meeting? Well, it’s easy these days. You can find them on your mobile device. All you have to do...

Religion and AA

By Dean W For about twenty-five years I was your average, traditional AA member. Then over about five years I gradually became an agnostic AA member. In 2018 I helped start an agnostic group,...

The One and Only Kool-Aid

Accept NO Substitutes By Bobby F. Beach According to extreme Big Book Thumpers (and which ones exactly AREN’T extreme?), the ONLY path to permanent sobriety for the “real alcoholicTM” is through the diligent practice...

Secular AA Pamphlets

By Roger C Over the years, a small number of secular AA members, groups and organizations have created pamphlets. Why have more pamphlets not been printed and shared? Well, partly because it’s complicated work....

Pacific Northwest Secular AA Conference

By Ralph B We are excited about hosting a regional Secular AA conference on May 16, 2020 in Langley, British Columbia. We are actively working on an agenda for our conference. So far, we...

life-j

Our dear friend life-j passed away last month, on December 14. Below you will find a section with a bit of his biography and another section with a list of the articles he wrote...

Rainbow

The Rainbow Group

By bob k On Saturday, October 26 of last year, at the Alano Club in Oshawa, some courageous folks held the first ever LGBTQ-friendly AA meeting in the Durham region. It’s called, appropriately enough,...

Arizona Secular AA Conference

Introduction By Ralph B Our Many Paths secular meeting in Langley, BC is planning for a regional conference May 16, 2020. The Arizona Secular AA conference gave Brad and me an opportunity to do...