Re-wrting AA History and Proven Recovery Principles

Circling the Wagons to Drive Off Documented History, Unwanted Divine Aid, And Proven Recovery Ideas

The longer dissertations, government grants, academic gatherings, and religious writings attempt to describe Alcoholics Anonymous History the more they seem to swerve away from God’s power and love and from real recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous.

To be sure, candidates, government agencies, academia, and religious commentators have their place in examining the overwhelming problem of drug addiction and alcoholism. But, when they try to exclude Alcoholics Anonymous, the Twelve Steps, God, Jesus Christ, and the Bible from their writings, they do little to advance the rewarding and effective grunt work involved in working with the despairing drunk and addict who still suffers.

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Copyright by Richard G. Burns, J.D.
All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Dick B. was a writer, historian, retired attorney, Bible student,
CDAAC, and an active and recovered member of the A.A. fellowship.
He had more than 29 years of continuous sober and clean time in
Alcoholics Anonymous; having sponsored more than 100 men in their
sobriety; and published 46 books, more than 1,750 articles, audios,
and videos on the roles God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible
played in early A.A.'s astonishing success of AA and on the Christian recovery movement
Contact his son Ken
PO Box 837, Kihei, HI 96753-0837

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