The Last Post on AA Agnostica – Eleven Years Old!
AA Agnostica
by Roger
3M ago
By Roger C This is the 747th article posted on AA Agnostica and it is the last – the very last – article to be shared on this website. While the website will remain online and accessible to all, there will not be any new articles. That’s it, that’s all! Launched in mid-June of 2011, what was the purpose of AA Agnostica? Well, there were two of them. A comfort zone As we learned back then, AA Agnostica was a comfort for those in recovery who couldn’t stand all of the God stuff at traditional AA meetings. You know, meetings that end with the Lord’s Prayer and then pretend there’s nothing religio ..read more
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Ten Years Old!
AA Agnostica
by Roger
3M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Fifty. Originally posted in June 2021. Some of the history of the website. The Growth of Secular AA By Roger C. Early History AA Agnostica was launched a decade ago! The website was created by me and another person on June 15, 2011. It was initially called AA Toronto Agnostics and it was created simply to let people know about the times and locations of two agnostic meetings, Beyond Belief and We Agnostics, after the groups had been booted out of the Greater Toronto Area Intergroup (GTAI). At the time these were the only two secular AA groups in all of Canada. Be ..read more
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Step Interpretations
AA Agnostica
by Roger
3M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Forty-Nine. On the Menu of AA Agnostica. Four authors interpret each of the 12 Steps. This is a major part of The Little Book: A Collection of Alternative 12 Steps. Step 1 Allen Berger This Step helps us shatter our reliance on a false self, which was fed through lack of self-awareness, poor self-worth, and lack of language, plus denial, and a physical, mental and spiritual compulsion. Stephanie Covington The first step in recovery is to look inside ourselves. Turning inward is the beginning of becoming more truthful with ourselves. Honesty is essential ..read more
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The Pandemic and the Explosion of Zoom Meetings
AA Agnostica
by Roger
5M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Forty-Eight. Originally posted in April 2021. Today’s author is the creator of a website which lists international secular recovery zoom meetings. By Chris M The first 7 to 8 years of my sobriety, I attended meetings almost every night of the week. I live in a small rural area of Southwest Georgia. I was accustomed to driving up to 60 miles several nights per week to be able to attend a meeting every night. In years 8 to 11 of my sobriety, I was undergoing a “de-conversion” process from theism to atheism. There was simply not an availability of secular meetings in ..read more
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Steps for Life – Not Just Recovery
AA Agnostica
by Roger
5M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Forty-Six. Originally posted in March 2021. Why aren’t Steps a part of everyone’s life, not just for those in recovery? By John B Many sources enumerate steps pertaining to correct living; some might call them rules, commands, or some may just see them as suggestions. The Bible has the Ten Commandments. In his book, God Is Not One, Stephen Stephen Prothero lays out a thorough analysis of eight of the worlds’ largest religions and not one of them is bashful about telling us how to live. Step by step. The American Humanist Society offers Affirmations of Humanism: A ..read more
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The Last Post on AA Agnostica – Eleven Years Old!
AA Agnostica
by Roger
8M ago
By Roger C This is the 747th article posted on AA Agnostica and it is the last – the very last – article to be shared on this website. While the website will remain online and accessible to all, there will not be any new articles. That’s it, that’s all! Launched in mid-June of 2011, what was the purpose of AA Agnostica? Well, there were two of them. A comfort zone As we learned back then, AA Agnostica was a comfort for those in recovery who couldn’t stand all of the God stuff at traditional AA meetings. You know, meetings that end with the Lord’s Prayer and then pretend there’s nothing religio ..read more
Visit website
Ten Years Old!
AA Agnostica
by Roger
8M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Fifty. Originally posted in June 2021. Some of the history of the website. The Growth of Secular AA By Roger C. Early History AA Agnostica was launched a decade ago! The website was created by me and another person on June 15, 2011. It was initially called AA Toronto Agnostics and it was created simply to let people know about the times and locations of two agnostic meetings, Beyond Belief and We Agnostics, after the groups had been booted out of the Greater Toronto Area Intergroup (GTAI). At the time these were the only two secular AA groups in all of Canada. Be ..read more
Visit website
Step Interpretations
AA Agnostica
by Roger
8M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Forty-Nine. On the Menu of AA Agnostica. Four authors interpret each of the 12 Steps. This is a major part of The Little Book: A Collection of Alternative 12 Steps. Step 1 Allen Berger This Step helps us shatter our reliance on a false self, which was fed through lack of self-awareness, poor self-worth, and lack of language, plus denial, and a physical, mental and spiritual compulsion. Stephanie Covington The first step in recovery is to look inside ourselves. Turning inward is the beginning of becoming more truthful with ourselves. Honesty is essential ..read more
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The Pandemic and the Explosion of Zoom Meetings
AA Agnostica
by Roger
9M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Forty-Eight. Originally posted in April 2021. Today’s author is the creator of a website which lists international secular recovery zoom meetings. By Chris M The first 7 to 8 years of my sobriety, I attended meetings almost every night of the week. I live in a small rural area of Southwest Georgia. I was accustomed to driving up to 60 miles several nights per week to be able to attend a meeting every night. In years 8 to 11 of my sobriety, I was undergoing a “de-conversion” process from theism to atheism. There was simply not an availability of secular meetings in ..read more
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Songs about Recovery
AA Agnostica
by Roger
9M ago
Fifty Chosen Articles: Number Forty-Seven. Originally posted in March 2021. Five inspiring songs, all about living in recovery. By Roger C The road to recovery can be rough. The detox, the rehab… Even without those, the first few weeks and months without alcohol or drugs can be a challenge. But… Life in recovery is often inspiring. Over time we discover how to live a good life, and to do that one day at a time. Who would have thought? Today we have five inspiring songs, all about living in recovery, and what it’s all about. Enjoy! I Can See Clearly Now Johnny Nash wrote and produced this song ..read more
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