Check out the review of the e-book “We Are That We Are – Theism, Spiritualism, Naturalism and a Path to Spiritual Existentialism” on AA Agnostica by clicking here
Purchase the pamphlet from SIA at their office, at the monthly SIA assembly, or at the monthly Suffolk General Service assembly. View/download now by clicking here or on the image above.
When I was first asked to write a series of articles on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the “third founder” of AA, Jimmy B, who put “God as we understand Him” in the Steps, I thought to end the trilogy with the story of Jim’s sobriety as he recapped it on the occasion […]
Bill W.’s grandfather was a drunk. Grandfather Wilson, an innkeeper, had had alcohol turn against him. “One Sunday morning in despair he climbed to the top of Mount Aeolus and beseeched God to help him. He saw a blinding light and felt a great wind, and rushed down to interrupt the service at the Congregational […]
Bill Wilson wrote the Twelve Steps in December 1938 in the space of one night. Bill reports, “I was greatly pleased with what I had written”1 and he was unprepared for the response he got when he read his steps to the young New York group. “The ‘liberals’ were appalled and said so.”2 The ‘radicals,’ […]
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One Big Tent: Atheist and agnostic AA members share their experience strength and hope, published in September of 2018, is available for purchase now from AA Grapevine! Click on the below image too read more about it. Buy It Now on the Grapevine website.
Stony Brook Freethinkers hosted two workshops at the 2018 Share-A-Thon this past October. Both workshops were well attended, and the feedback received has been overwhelmingly positive. Click here for the workshop handout.
This unofficial history of AA spans the period 1932-1971. Please give it a moment to fully load up because the page includes videos and high-definition images. This history is being provided as general information and has not been independently validated, nor does this post constitute Stony Brook Freethinker group approval or endorsement of the provider […]
With a leap of areligious imagination, Dale K., author of A Secular Sobriety – including a secular version of the first 164 pages of the Big Book, has shared his story of secular recovery in AA and rewritten the first 164 pages of the Big Book from a non-religious, secular point of view. Check out […]