Tagged: Grapevine

One Big Tent

Review by Thomas B. A most auspicious event took place during the opening Panel of the recent third Biennial International Secular AA Conference that took place during August 24 through 26 in Toronto, Canada...

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God on Every Page

The first issue of the AA Grapevine was published in June of 1944. This year, in October, for the first time ever an issue was devoted to the stories of atheists and agnostic members...

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Out of the Closet

An atheist shares about her long sober journey in Alcoholics Anonymous By Anonymous Published online by the AA Grapevine in March 2015. Copyright ©  AA Grapevine. It’s 8:35 p.m. on Saturday and the speaker has just...

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No Grapevine Book for Atheists in AA

By Roger C. I want to share with you two letters, with a document in the middle of the two letters. The first letter was written to the Grapevine and to the AA General Service Office and...

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A Grapevine Book for Atheists and Agnostics in AA

By life-j. The Grapevine is turning 70. And it is actually a good little magazine. It publishes a broader variety of recovery stories than what may commonly be considered AA fare these days. Ever...

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An Atheist Speaks Out

By E. L. from Vermont. This article was first printed in the AA Grapevine in May, 1962. Copyright © The AA Grapevine. I AM an alcoholic and an atheist. I am addressing this to...

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Is There Room Enough in AA?

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...

Let Me Think for Myself!

By Harold B. Punta Gorda, Florida Copyright © A.A. Grapevine, Inc. (December, 1989) I am mad!  Isn’t that a helluva way to start, particularly when I want to say something and have somebody listen? ...

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Anarchy Melts

Bill W. Copyright © AA Grapevine, Inc. (July, 1946) It may be that Alcoholics Anonymous is a new form of human society. The first of our 12 Points of A.A. Tradition states, “Each member of...