Tagged: agnostic

A History III

An Agnostic in AA

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Thirty-Six. Originally posted in April 2017. The struggle with “traditional” AA. By Roger C I went to my first AA meeting when I was in rehab back in 2010. It...

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Beyond Belief Agnostics and Freethinkers

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Thirty-Five. Originally posted in March 2017. In January of 2017 secular AA groups booted out by the Greater Toronto Area Intergroup were invited back in by the Intergroup. This candid...

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In Memory of Denis

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Thirty-One. Originally posted in May 2016. Denis started the first agnostic AA meeting in the city of Vancouver. By Dan V. Today I write with a heavy heart and with...

The “Don’t Tell” Policy in AA

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Three. Originally posted in January 2012. It’s about not being able to be honest at a traditional AA meeting if you don’t believe in a God. You have to keep...

The Big Book: An Updated Chapter 4

What if the fourth chapter of the Big Book, “We Agnostics”, had actually been written by atheists and agnostics? By John S Originally published in September, 2014 on the Secular AA Kansas City website....

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Survey Results – Literature for We Agnostics?

By Roger C Introduction  Should it re-publish “The ‘God” Word” (it has the permission of AA in Britain) here in North America? Should it develop its own pamphlet for and by non-theists in AA?...

Conclusion: Who We Are

Conclusion: Who We Are

One of the favorite quotes I came across in early recovery was the following: “It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no God. It neither picks...

FAQ

How to Start A Secular AA Meeting – FAQ

 Frequently Asked Questions  By Roger C. Updated on 2019/12/27 Those who choose to start a secular AA meeting have to make very few decisions. Here are some of the questions asked when these meetings...

Chapter 4: Early History

Chicago It all began, ironically enough, in a church, the Unitarian Universalist Church. And it was started by a guy by the name of Wilson, but not Bill, Don Wilson. Don was a member...

A History III

Chapter 2: Rejection

Two agnostic groups – We Agnostics and Beyond Belief – were booted off of the official list of AA group meetings in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) on May 31, 2011. This was done...