Early AAs definitely believed that the Book of James, Jesus' sermon on the mount, and 1 Corinthians 13 contained the segments of the Bible that were qabsolutely essentialq to their program's success. This book takes you through the three Bible segments, relates them to the A.A. program, and enables application the way the founders did. Many A.A., 12 Step, and Christian groups are using this book as their study guide, and many call themselves The James Club--the name early AAs favored for their fellowship and Big Book name.... aquot;psychic change, aquot; and aquot;Spirit of the Universeaquot; ideas; and some varied, but individual interpretations of the Steps in later years. ... got sober cold turkey just prior to Bill Wilsona#39;s date of sobriety, and is and has been, a Christian and Bible student for years and years. ... I would add: aquot;Take James, the Sermon, and 1 Corinthians out of our history, and then you can accurately tell me that all ... I can verify from extensive personal attendance and activity within Part One: A.A.a#39;s Book of James 13.
|Title||:||The James Club And The Original A.A. Program'S Absolute Essentials|
|Publisher||:||Good Book Publishing Company - 2005-01-01|