David B

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Dave B. is also the author of “A New Agnostic AA group and a Hat Tip to Unitarians”, published in AA Agnostica last spring. He is a physician who is pleased and proud to have been sober now for twenty-six months.

He achieved nonbeliever status during his senior year at an ultra-religious college. Since then, he claims, “the longer I live, the more it looks like nobody’s watching.”

His home group is Mostly Agnostics AA of San Antonio – check out their website at Mostly Agnostics AA. He and his Catholic wife have six kids, all married and productive, for which he is grateful. He takes as much credit for their success as his wife will let him.

These Are Only Suggestions

These Are Only Suggestions

I like AA – especially the fellowship. In most locales, it’s the only show in town and the price is right. When I was a kid, my family went to the Baptist church and my Baptist friends – Catholics. I married a Catholic and found out most Catholics were good people. Why did the Baptists think they were so bad? Catholics…

What to Say at Regular AA Meetings

What to Say at Regular AA Meetings

A little over a year ago, a group of atheist AAs from San Antonio got together with the help of AA Agnostica to form a new group – Mostly Agnostics AA of San Antonio. It has been, by my standards, very successful. We meet twice a week and have somewhere between 5 and 15 at each meeting, usually with some newbies…