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Atheists, AA and the Human Rights Code in Canada

AA has been called "a religion in denial." AA goes out of our way to explain, "We are spiritual, not religious."

First, for many secular AA's the word "spiritual" is never used in describing addiction or recovery. Personally, I don't find the word especially useful because it can mean anything to anyone so it's hard be concrete or…


Added by Joe C on February 28, 2017 at 4:29am — 7 Comments

Secual A.A. enjoying growth and celebrates at an international conference in Santa Monica

We Agnostics & Freethinkers International A.A. Conference November 6th to 8th, 2014 was the first all-secular International gathering of atheist in Alcoholics Anonymous. The General Service Office of AA sent a delegation to share in this historical event.

At many AA gatherings, there are prayers and talk about how personalized concepts of higher powers are answering prayers and granting sobriety to those who tried but failed at getting sober on their own. Lots of people…


Added by Joe C on November 30, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments

AA is spiritual, not religious, now hold my hand while we recite the Lords Prayer

Recovery from addiction is life-saving. That's good. In the program of Alcoholics Anonymous there is a pamphlet called, "Do You Think You're Different?" Everyone who struggles with addiction has a hard time owning up to the fact that the tail now wags the dog, that they are powerless over a process or substance that is making their life unmanageable. At least this is how the abstinence based recovery programs speak of addiction: A recreational behavior or substance use becomes…


Added by Joe C on January 16, 2013 at 9:02pm — 7 Comments



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