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Cured! By Dick B.
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Foreword by Robert P. Turner, M.D., Medical Director, Medical University of South Carolina Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory, Charleston, South Carolina Alcoholism and addiction can be cured by the... More > power of God. Early AAs, and many before them, specifically assured us they had been cured by reliance on the Creator. They minced no words and pulled no punches. Then unbelievers and other revisionists urged that “once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic” And that there was no cure for alcoholism. Therapists, treatment centers, even the religious had a field day with this “forever in recovery” idea. But researcher Dick B. carefully shows that cure means cure, that alcoholism and addiction can be and have been cured, that early AAs were cured, and that Almighty God did the curing. And He still can! Here’s how.< Less
A New Way Out By Dick B.
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A twist on the “New Way In.” Here author Dick B., in contrast to reaching in to the newcomer, emphasizes that walk-outs FROM A.A. are neither necessary, salutary, or helpful to those who... More > still suffer. When the AA learns the full history of early A.A. and its Christian Fellowship, he should not be impelled to find a way out, to walk out, or simply to cut and run. He leaves behind the fellowship he loves, a fellowship that serves, a program he knows, and a history he has never learned or embraced at the hands of A.A. itself. The foe is intolerance. The way out of intolerance is tolerance. Stated in early A.A. and Biblical terms, the way out of alcoholism and the muck and mire of alcoholic conduct is to love God with all one’s heart, soul, mind, and strength, and one’s neighbor as himself. This is what the A.A. text and writings said very clearly.< Less
The Conversion of Bill W. By Dick B.
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An astonishing study of the religious background and beliefs of A.A. co-founder Bill Wilson and from the particular perspective of the “conversion” which he said was the foundation for... More > the Steps, was suggested by Dr. Jung, and which Bill himself experienced at the altar at Calvary Rescue Mission.< Less
Dr. Bob of Alcoholics Anonymous By Dick B.
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This title tells you about A.A. cofounder Dr. Bob’s “excellent training” in the “Good Book” as “a youngster.” It presents an in-depth exploration of the... More > training Dr. Bob received during his boyhood years in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. You will see, from its documented details, that young Bob’s major Christian training—the training translated into the early A.A. spiritual recovery program in Akron—came from his parents, Walter P. and Susan H. Smith; North Congregational Church, St. Johnsbury; the Christian Endeavor Society of that church; and the rigorous requirements and studies at the famous St. Johnsbury Academy. The authors traveled to St. Johnsbury; visited principal buildings existing during Bob’s youth; interviewed the North Church pastor, the St. Johnsbury Academy archivist and the librarian, people at his boyhood home, and others.< Less
A New Way In By Dick B.
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A unique emphasis on tuning the Christian newcomer in toward those roots, principles, and practices which were part and parcel of the original A. A. Christian Fellowship Program in Akron . This to... More > the end that the newcomer and even the old timer Christians will feel comfortable and challenged staying IN the A.A. fellowship, remaining solid in their own religious convictions, buttressed by the knowledge of what the pioneers did with such great success, and simply refusing to be intimidated or persuaded by the idolatry, spirituality, and weird “higher power” chatter abounding in today’s recovery movement. The old-time evangelists like Bill y Sunday and Dwight Moody contended: “The saved should say so.” Similarly, the saved in today’s A.A. Fellowship should stand unfettered by those who intolerantly reject this or that religious belief and argue for a godless unbelieving fellowship.< Less

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