Tagged: history

Ten Years Old!

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Fifty. Originally posted in June 2021. Some of the history of the website. The Growth of Secular AA By Roger C. Early History AA Agnostica was launched a decade ago!

A History of Special Interest Groups in AA

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Thirty-Three. Originally posted in December 2016. “Special interest groups were controversial for many years in AA.” By Deirdre S. I’m Deirdre S., a cross-addicted alcoholic. To prepare to talk to...

A History of Agnostic Groups in AA

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Eleven. Originally posted in December 2013. Today’s article includes this 26-page history and starts with a review of it. Here’s some of the history: the very first agnostic group in...

Jim Burwell

Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Five. Originally posted in April 2012. Early History. Traditional AA is god-obsessed. But without Jim Burwell, the Big Book and traditional AA would be much more religious. By Linda R....

Ten Years Old!

The Growth of Secular AA By Roger C. Early History AA Agnostica was launched a decade ago! The website was created by me and another person on June 15, 2011. It was initially called...

Questions & Answers – AA Agnostica

 The creator of the Polish website Agnostics and Atheists in AA recently asked me a number of questions. Here are the questions and my answers. By Roger C How long have you been in...

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...

Mosaic

Recovery Pathways are not always a Pathway

By Bill White Originally posted on June 3, 2016 on the William White Papers The addiction recovery experience has been sliced and diced in all manner of categories: secular, spiritual, and religious; natural recovery,...

Bill White

Recovery Rising – Review

Recovery Rising: A Retrospective of Addiction Treatment and Recovery Advocacy by William L. White Review by Linda Farris Kurtz, MSW, DPA, Emeritus Professor, Eastern Michigan University School of Social Work I first met Bill...