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 […]
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 what the Chicago Tribune had to say about this groundbreaking group. Quad-A is the most common reference for group meetings attended mostly by atheists, agnostics, and […]
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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 agenda. These items are ones he most wants our Area’s conscience on. Question 4 is of particular interest to our group members: Consider request for […]
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 Three and Eleven we inserted the words ‘God as we understood Him.’ From Step Seven we deleted the expression ‘on our knees.’ And, as a […]
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 here for more info. As far back as 1976, a subcommittee of the Trustees’ Literature Committee concluded that “this pamphlet is vitally needed to carry […]
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