There are probably seven to a dozen writers who describe themselves as Christians but are violently anti-A.A. They are unable to describe themselves as, or in terms of A.A. History writers, A.A. history lovers, Christian alcoholics, Christians in A.A., the early A.A. Christian Fellowship, Akron Number One--a Christian Fellowship, the early A.A. program, Akron A.A. programs, AA of Akron, and on and on.
Consequently, this limited group sometimes post under such dubious titles as "Christ Meetings" in A.A. and other unknown formats.
Solid, accurate, Alcoholics Anonymous History, and Christian Recovery Movement books, articles, interviews, participants, and those dedicated to disseminating the role that God, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Bible played in A.A. are best seen by looking at those which tell the facts: The Akron Genesis of Alcoholics Anonymous (www.dickb.com/Akron.shtml); Anne Smith's Journal 1933-1939 (www.dickb.com/annesm.shtml); A New Way In (www.dickb.com/titles.shtml); When Early AAs Were Cured and Why (www.dickb.com/alcoholismcured.shtml); and Why Early A.A. Succeeded (www.dickb.com/aabiblestudy.shtml); and Turning Point (www.dickb.com/Turning.shtml).
For further information, go to www.dickb.com; http://drbob.info; www.ChristianRecoveryCoalition.com; and www.ChristianRecoveryRadio.com; and email@example.com
God Bless, Dick B.