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The Little Book
A Collection of Alternative 12 Steps
by Roger C.

Overview


"A celebration of the varieties of recovery experience"
- William L. White

"A beautiful testimony to AA's living history." - Ernest Kurtz

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Description


Twenty versions of alternative Steps for those in AA who are agnostic, atheist, humanist, etc.

Interpretations of the Steps by Dr. Allen Berger, Stephanie Covington, Gabor Mate, and Therese Jacobs-Stewart.

Templates for the reader to write his or her own versions and interpretations of the Steps.

An engaging and helpful history of the origins of the 12 Steps, the suggested program of recovery in AA.

Information about AA Agnostica, a web site for the growing number of men and women who have a problem with "the God bit" in AA.

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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:Substance Abuse & Addictions / Alcoholism

Language:English

Pages:90

eBook ISBN:9780991717422


Overview


"A celebration of the varieties of recovery experience"
- William L. White

"A beautiful testimony to AA's living history." - Ernest Kurtz

Read more

Description


Twenty versions of alternative Steps for those in AA who are agnostic, atheist, humanist, etc.

Interpretations of the Steps by Dr. Allen Berger, Stephanie Covington, Gabor Mate, and Therese Jacobs-Stewart.

Templates for the reader to write his or her own versions and interpretations of the Steps.

An engaging and helpful history of the origins of the 12 Steps, the suggested program of recovery in AA.

Information about AA Agnostica, a web site for the growing number of men and women who have a problem with "the God bit" in AA.

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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