God and Alcoholism: Our Growing Opportunity in the 21st Century
This book traces A.A.'s "real" Bible-based pioneer program. It highlights the early view that relief from alcoholism and addictions can be obtained, and a cure received, by turning to God. The author discloses his own recovery and deliverance within the rooms of A.A. and applauds the great and unique role of the society during the 20th Century.
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