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Don’t Tell
Stories and Essays by Agnostics and Atheists in AA
by Roger C.

Overview


Don't Tell contains 64 stories and essays by agnostics and atheists in Alcoholic Anonymous which were originally published on the website AA Agnostica.

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Description


Don't Tell contains a total of 64 stories and essays written by over thirty men and women from almost as many cities, states, provinces and counties within three countries, the United States, Canada and Great Britain. It is a diverse and eclectic sampling of writings by women and men for whom sobriety within the fellowship of AA had nothing at all to do with an interventionist God.

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About the author


A person in long-term recovery, Roger C. is a member of Beyond Belief, an agnostic AA group in Toronto, Ontario. He has a Masters degree in Religious Studies from McGill University where he also worked on his PhD, taught for several years and was the well-respected resident atheist. He is the author of many essays on recovery and is the administrator of the popular website, AA Agnostica.

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Book details

Genre:SELF-HELP

Subgenre:Twelve-Step Programs

Language:English

Pages:289

eBook ISBN:9780991717453


Overview


Don't Tell contains 64 stories and essays by agnostics and atheists in Alcoholic Anonymous which were originally published on the website AA Agnostica.

Read more

Description


Don't Tell contains a total of 64 stories and essays written by over thirty men and women from almost as many cities, states, provinces and counties within three countries, the United States, Canada and Great Britain. It is a diverse and eclectic sampling of writings by women and men for whom sobriety within the fellowship of AA had nothing at all to do with an interventionist God.

Read more

About the author


A person in long-term recovery, Roger C. is a member of Beyond Belief, an agnostic AA group in Toronto, Ontario. He has a Masters degree in Religious Studies from McGill University where he also worked on his PhD, taught for several years and was the well-respected resident atheist. He is the author of many essays on recovery and is the administrator of the popular website, AA Agnostica.

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