Alcoholics Anonymous: How do you find the discussion of the new The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide, 3rd ed., 2010. This is the premier, important documented presentation of the findings of Dick B. and Ken B. over the past twenty years of research, travel, and publishing about the history of Alcoholics Anonymous, the Christian origins of Alcoholics Anonymous, the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous, the original Alcoholics Anonymous program founded in Akron in 1935, the astonishing 75% success rate, and the changes that occurred in the whole program when the Big Book was published in 1939. And then many specific details and suggestions as to how and why you can in your "Recovery Study Group" be miles ahead in your understanding of how A.A. came about and produce the footnotes, documentation, and evidence to back it up.
This Guide is for AAs, NAs, 12-Step fellowship members, meetings, groups, conferences, seminars, treatment programs, sober living and transitional housing programs, prison outreach, VA outreach, military outreach, counselors, sponsors, trainers, facilitators, homeless outreach, shelter outreach, and others who want to know that they know that they know our history of Alcoholics Anonymous and can point to Alcoholics Anonmous General Services Conference-approved literature, as well as many other sources, to verify what they say and have learned.
Details on The Dick B. Christian Recovery Guide, 3rd ed., 2010 are discussed in full on this URL page: www.dickb.com/Christian-Recover-Guide.shtml. The Guide can be purchased there or on the main page of Dick's website: www.dickb.com.
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