A Sober Faith Religion and Alcoholics Anonymous

By: Taylor, G. Aiken

Price: $35.00

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Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket


This book is in Very Good condition and has a Good+ dust jacket. The book and its contents are in generally clean, bright condition. The spine ends and corners of the book covers have some light bumping and rubbing. The text pages are clean and bright. There is an ink stamped previous owner's name on the front endpaper. The rear pastedown page has the glue residue of a library card pocket. The dust jacket has edge wear, rubbing, bumping, several edge tears and smallish chips missing. "Alcoholics Anonymous has thrived until recently without benefit of publicity save by word of mouth. Indeed, one of its tenets (humility) and its avoidance of any organizational set-up have not made ""public relations"" a congenial function. But this is the third book dealing with this unique movement to appear in the last six months. It is written by a Protestant minister who has worked very closely with A. A. And is intimately acquainted with its working principles and procedures. The author is concerned primarily to discover why A. A. Has been successful in rescuing chronic alcoholics while the church has so largely failed in so doing. He is also concerned to make plain the religious basis of A. A. Wherein it differs from the Christianity of the churches. His is a very appreciative account of the working of A. A. And he believes that the church has much to learn from it not only in dealing with alcoholics but in approaching all human problems. On the other hand, he makes clear that the religious experience provided by A. A. Is not a substitute for the fellowship of the church."

Title: A Sober Faith Religion and Alcoholics Anonymous

Author Name: Taylor, G. Aiken

Categories: Addictions,

Edition: 1st Edition; 1st Printing

Publisher: New York, MacMillan Company: 1953

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: A35667

Keywords: Addictions G. Aiken Taylor Alcoholics Anonymous Religion Addictions,