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One Big Tent
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 […]
2018 SIA Share-A-Thon
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 […]
“Unofficial” AA History
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 […]
Book Review: A Secular Sobriety
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 […]
The Birthplace of Secular AA
The first secular AA meeting specifically for atheists and agnostics was held in Chicago. Quad A began meeting in 1975, and is still going strong today! Visit their website and read […]
Group Logo – Watcha Think?
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Our group’s voice is worth being heard!
Question: Does AA need a new pamphlet for atheist and agnostic members? The Delegate’s 2018 Questionnaire Our Delegate, John W, has selected 8 Questions from the General Service Conference’s full […]
Widening Our Gateway
In 1957, Bill Wilson wrote in Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age (page 167) that “in Step Two we decided to describe God as a ‘Power greater than ourselves.’ In Steps […]
The God Word
Area 49 got behind District 404’s proposal – we’ll be asking the General Service Conference for the US & Canada for a pamphlet for atheist & agnostic AA members! Click […]