Agnostic AA Books

Although these books are not written specifically for the agnostic, they use non-judgemental direct language and are Higher-Power neutral. They are not AA approved, but are AA permitted to use and adapt the AA 12 Step program. Many AA agnostics have found these books to be useful and enlightening.

Keep it Simple: Working the 12 Steps

Keep it Simple: Working the 12 Steps

In this is a easy-to-read and understand workbook, we discover the core issues of the 12 Steps and how to work toward making them a daily part of our lives.

A Woman's Way Through the Twelve Steps

A Woman's Way through the Twelve Steps

This illuminating book remains true to the underlying spiritual truths of the Twelve Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous while triumphantly overcoming the traditional dated language.

Recommended for all, including open-minded men, who don't identify with the alpha-male orientation of the big book. It is for those who seek a more positive and constructive discussion of the AA program.

In Step 5 ... we are creating new ways of understanding and using the inventory of Step Four ... to respond to our tendency to be overly self-critical ... some find it more useful to think about unhealthy defenses rather than defects ...

The AA program transcends the original language!

AA Primary Purpose
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

AA Third Tradition
The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.

AA Declaration of Unity
This we owe to A.A.'s future:
To place our common welfare first;
To keep our fellowship united.
For on A.A. unity depend our lives,
And the lives of those to come.