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A.A. History With Dick B. Dick B. is an active, recovered member of Alcoholics Anonymous; a retired attorney; and a Bible student. He has sponsored more than one hundred men in their recovery from alcoholism. Consistent with A.A.'s traditions of anonymity, he uses the pseudonym "Dick B." Please feel free to read and share in this forum.

 
 
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Old 03-07-2014, 01:58 PM   #1
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Icon23 Quiz on Origins of Alcoholics Anonymous

Questions about Alcoholics Anonymous

By Dick B.
Copyright 2014 Anonymous. All rights reserved

Would you like to know where Bill W. took his four year Bible study during his upbringing in Vermont?

Would you like to know what occurred in the daily chapel that Bill W. attended during his four years at Burr and Burton Seminary?

Have you heard an accurate account of the vital religious experience that Bill's grandfather William Wilson had atop Mount Aeolus in Vermont, was cured of alcoholism, and did not drink for the remaining years of his life?

Would you like to know the full details of what happened to Bill W. when he answered the altar call at Calvary Mission and accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior?

Would you like to hear Bill's own words that he wrote about his vital religious experience in Towns Hospital?

Would you like to know as much as possible about what Bill did and what his approaches were just after he was discharged from Towns Hospital for the last time?

Do you know the connection that Bill W. and Dr. Bob had with the Young Men's Christian Association?

Do you know the program details of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor in which Dr. Bob was active during his upbringing in Vermont?

Do you know the details of the “Great Awakening” of 1875 in St. Johnsbury, Vermont?

Do you know the names of the many Evangelists who held revivals and brought about healings in Vermont during the upbringing of Bill W. and Dr. Bob?

Do you know how the first three AAs got sober?

Do you know the seven points of the original Akron A.A. “Christian fellowship” program of recovery? Do you know where to find them in A.A. General Service Conference-approved literature?

Do you know what Dr. Bob did with the 5,000 patients he treated in the hospital for alcoholism after A.A. was founded in 1935?

Do you know how many times Bill W. referred to Jesus Christ in A.A. General Service Conference-approved literature?

Have you read any of the AA of Akron pamphlets that have been available in Akron for many years now?
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