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Alcoholics Anonymous
Claims to be based on 1st century Christianity yet both its founders were heavily involved in the occult.
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It is always best to go to the source. Here is a link to their website. http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org



On a personal note, I got saved in a church that started from an AA meeting, became a Bible Study and then developed into a church. I'm not the only Christian that started in AA.





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xxxxxxx somebody actually thinks Al-Anon is a cult... wow... that gave me a good laugh...

Tobi, glad you like in2jesus' churches 'lie' - "sharing where the origins of your church lie."

anyways, see, Tobi, you just proved my point in a way... Christianity has no free will, xxxxxxx, I like to know I did something b/c I wanted to, not b/c some xxxxxxx up in the sky who shows his face less than the Japanese Emperors decided for me to do it.



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I got sober in AA over 32 years ago & I was fully involved for first 6 or 7 years until I became born again after which I got involved with other things but I always kept in touch, going to occasional meetings, not to keep sober but to be a light & be available to witness my faith should God lead me to.However over past couple of years, due to personal illness, I have had the time & I have been going again on a regular basis until recently when I have felt led to come out. There are a number of reasons, which i won't go into detail but the occult background can be checked out by doing a google search, a recent AA book tells about Bill Wilson's home, which has been made into a shrine,the higher power concept is impossible to tolerate for a christian, there is an acceptance of loose morals ( eg.changing partners etc. ) anything seems OK as long as you don't pick up a drink. I am grateful to AA as it was the means that I got sober but I have found very few seem to grow to a Christian faith from there & that most that do seem to eventually come out.I have now seperated though I still maintain friendships with some members.

Paul