Jack S. shares, “Begun ninety years ago by two down-and-out alcoholic men (Bill Wilson and Bob Smith), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has proved to be the most effective treatment for achieving long-term sobriety. That success, the author argues, is due in large measure to the underlying theological principles of the AA program. Many participants in AA and many proponents of AA are not aware of this underlying theology. There is much that religions of all stripes can learn from these theological principles and the organizing traditions and concepts of the AA program. Perhaps these religious organizations might even reverse their downward trend in membership by adopting what AA has learned over the past ninety years.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Jack S.’s new book brings new clarity to the foundational components of a program that has aided individuals for over ninety years.
Jack S. shares in hopes of aiding individuals and organizations alike in understanding the efficacy of Alcoholics Anonymous from a ministry perspective.
Consumers can purchase “The Theology of Alcoholics Anonymous: A Guide to the Theological and Religious Underpinnings of AA” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “The Theology of Alcoholics Anonymous: A Guide to the Theological and Religious Underpinnings of AA,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.
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