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AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Is AA Just for Christians?" Published in the October 2003 Issue (by Leah R.)
Thank you for printing this very well-thought-out article to what for me has been a hot issue for most of my sober life. I was first introduced to...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Is AA Just for Christians?" Published in the October 2003 Issue (by Susan B.)
I find it ironic that many people who object strongly to the Lord's Prayer find serenity in the Serenity Prayer. The second verse of the version...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Is AA Just for Christians?" Published in the October 2003 Issue (by Bob P.)
Our Third Tradition says, and our practice from the earliest days of our Fellowship shows, openness, tolerance, and acceptance to people of all...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Is AA Just for Christians?" Published in the October 2003 Issue (by Ernest S.)
"Is AA Just for Christians?" persuaded me to seek a group conscience about the matter in my home group. I neither was raised in, nor presently attend...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Is AA Just for Christians?" Published in the October 2003 Issue (by Herk)
"Is AA Just for Christians?" really stirred up some deep emotions in our group (which, by the way, I think is great). Although I have my own opinion...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Milner G.)
The Grapevine has a singleness of purpose, but not a singleness of viewpoint. Thank you for continuing to demonstrate that.
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Bruce B.)
The writer of "Has Singleness of Purpose Become Narrowness of Purpose?" states that he came to AA "before singleness of purpose became a big deal."...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by John W.)
I'm responding to several questions raised in the Editor's Note in the May 2004 issue: ". . . should all talk of drugs at an AA meeting be banned?...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Mark E.)
I have to agree with the author of "Has Singleness of Purpose Become Narrowness of Purpose?" that we in AA often do a bad job of dealing with this...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Donna R.)
"Hi, my name is Donna and I am an alcoholic and a drug addict." That's what I say when I introduce myself at an AA meeting. I was troubled with the...