Christianity and Alcoholics Anonymous by David L. Simmons
Competing or Compatible?: A.A. Weighed and Measured Through the Scales of Scripture

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"Defense of the GospelNone could deny that A.A. has taught hundreds of thousands of alcoholics to live in continuous sobriety. But a bigger question is, “By what means—and with what consequences—does A.A. accomplish this minor miracle?” Could we, for example, lay A.A. literature side by side with Scripture and conclude the two are in steady harmony? Or could it actually be possible that they contradict one another? And if that were the case, would we be wise to point to our continued sobriety as proof we have also been reconciled with God?By contrasting what Scripture has to say on the subject of addiction, this book will uncover A.A.’s teachings at great depth. Simultaneously it will help you to precisely diagnose the deception of Alcoholics Anonymous.Followers of Christ, A.A. members, and their families can ill afford to miss dozens of eye-opening revelations as David Simmons delivers his compassionate message of hope.
See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy… Colossians 2:8
In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins. 1 John 4:10"

About David L. Simmons

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David L. Simmons was born in North Carolina. He spent most of his adult years in the United States Air Force. While at the same time he studied speech at the University of Maryland in Europe. At the end of his service commitment, he became a graduate of Southwest Texas State University. In 2005, he released his debut novel, The Last Matriarch: Day of the Robin under the pen name, Dauvut, which means David. He currently lives with his family in Macon, Georgia.
Published September 12, 2012 by WestBowPress. 182 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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