Wednesday, October 27, 2010 as a top A.A. information and resource site

One website stands out among the several that contain information about the origins, history, founding, original program, astonishing successes, and many changes in the original Akron A.A. Christian Fellowship.

The site presents the viewpoints of several of us who write extensively on the subject. It seems to contain no biased or subjective moderating. It offers an ongoing, highly valuable historical resource for those who love and want to study the roots, history, recovery program, fellowship, and successes of Alcoholics Anonymous.

I'm pleased and thankful to say that the website managers have done an extensive layout of my historical books, articles, and materials. Illustrated pages detailing the contents of most of my 39 published titles are there. Click through listings of many of my articles are there. And the site also features my particularly important findings and writings on Dr. William D. Silkworth and Jesus Christ and the Oxford Group roots of A.A.

Thanks very much. God Bless, Dick B.

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