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The Purpose of AA Agnostica

By Roger C This week AA Agnostica turned into an eight year old website! And a dynamic and busy site it truly is: in all, counting today’s post, 522 articles have been published. That’s...

God

Which God, Whose God, What God?

“I grok, I am god, you are god.” – Mike, the Man from Mars in Stranger in a Strange Land By Paul W. In Alcoholics Anonymous, “God” is simply defined as a Higher Power...

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Six Years Old!

By Roger C. An Anniversary Today – on this very day – AA Agnostica is six years old! The website was first launched into the internet universe on June 15, 2011. And it quickly...

Last Post

The Last Post

In military tradition, the Last Post is the bugle call that signifies the end of the day’s activities. By Roger C. This will be the last post on AA Agnostica. It’s an appropriate day...

AA Evidence 750

The Beginning

Chapter 7: Do Tell! Stories by Atheists and Agnostics in AA Brent P. In returning to AA In 2010, broke and briefly homeless, I had already decided, before someone made the point by asking,...

Carrying the Message to the Nonbeliever

Chapter 1 Do Tell! Stories by Atheists and Agnostics in AA By Nell Z. “The first time I came into an AA meeting, I felt right at home.” I have heard this shared at...

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Four Years Old!

By Roger C. AA Agnostica is four years old! The website was born on June 15, 2011 when two agnostic AA groups, Beyond Belief and We Agnostics, were unceremoniously evicted from the Greater Toronto...

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Three years old!

By Roger C. AA Agnostica is – on this day, June 15, 2014 – three years old! It has been, in so very many ways, a remarkable year. The keyword that jumps to mind...

Shhh

Don’t Tell – Introduction

By Roger C. 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...

Two years old!

Two years old!

By Roger C. This website is now two years old! Launched in the summer of 2011, it was originally called AA Toronto Agnostics and its purpose was to let people know about the times...