For atheists, freethinkers, humanists etc., who are looking for relatable written versions of recovery a la Alcoholics Anonymous, reviews have varied widely through AA history. Seven million copies of Living Sober are in circulation, AA's 1975 offering of the practical experiences of hundreds of thousands of accounts and AA anecdotes from AA's first forty years is appreciated by many. AA Grapevine has printed the experiences of unabashed atheists since the 1960s.
It wasn't until decade two of the 21st century did AA's publications devote ink to the agnostic/atheist recovery stories in earnest. This recording offers an hour in AA History with Dianne P of Toronto chairing and featuring:
The setting is the We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Conference, November 2016 in Austin Texas - the second biennial International gathering for secular AA members. Since this recording, One Big Tent: atheist and agnostic AA members share their experience, strength and hope did get published just in time for the 2018 Toronto International Conference of Secular AA and holds the title of the AA Grapevine book with the most pre-publication order of any published offering.
Since this 2016 recording secular AA meetings can be found worldwide 16-hours per day. You can join us at any of these meetings or visiting our First Sunday of Every Month, World Tour of secular story time on Zoom. Visit our links below for more details.
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Secular AA is AA sobriety without the God-stuff, one of the fastest growing subcultures within Alcoholics Anonymous offering 100 agnostic/atheist/freethinkers AA meetings every day + regional events and the International Conference of Secular AA (ICSAA). More @ https://aasecular.org