Monthly Archives: March 2013

Response from AA Historian and Author Dick B. to Kelly Clark Review of AA

Response to Kelly Clark article from A.A. Historian and Author Dick B. The shorter the critique of Kelly’s article, the better. The reason is that this man falls far short of being qualified to talk about A.A. history, about the … Continue reading

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Planning a large A.A. History Conference in Fort Worth, Texas shortly

Many in Texas have asked Ken and me to come to Texas and help arrange and speak at an Alcoholics Anonymous History and Christian Recovery Conference in Fort Worth Texas in the next few months. Today we received an invitation … Continue reading

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Here’s Where to Start Your A.A. Big Book-Bible Studies

Alcoholics Anonymous: Starting Your Bible and Big Book Studies Dick B. © 2013 Anonymous. All rights reserved The best starting point for Bible and Big Book studies is with these books: The Good Book and The Big Book: A.A.’s Roots … Continue reading

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Benefactors Who Have Substantially Supported Us

Benefactors Who Have Substantially Supported Us over Our 23 Years of Work By Dick B. and Ken B. © 2013 Anonymous. All rights reserved About January of 1990, we began the work of researching, analyzing, publishing, and disseminating the history … Continue reading

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Have you been told that drunks and addicts should read and hear nothing but what their Conference has published and approved at their 12 Step recovery meetings? If so, did you know that before A.A. was even thought of, alcoholics were using the Bible to learn what God could do for them that they could not do for themselves? See The Good Book and the Big Book: A.A.’s Roots in the Bible www.dickb.com/goodbook.shtml

Have you been told that drunks and addicts should read and hear nothing but what their Conference has published and approved at their 12 Step recovery meetings? If so, did you know that before A.A. was even thought of, alcoholics … Continue reading

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Judging alcoholics by what they are, or what they were? Matt 7:1-5

Are you concerned with recovery from alcoholism or addiction, but have been told to stay away from A.A., N.A., and/or other 12-Step programs because one of A.A.’s cofounders was into spiritualism, was an ego-maniac, or committed adultery? If so, are … Continue reading

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The Christian

Are you a Christian in a deep pit because of drunkenness or addictive behavior? Would you like to be told you are hell-bound if you dare to go to an A.A., N.A., or other 12 Step meeting; help another drunk; … Continue reading

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