The Recovery Bible: Discover the Classic Books That Inspired the Founders of the Modern Recovery Movement by Bill W., et al.
The founders of the modern recovery movement, including Bill Wilson, Bob Smith, and other early AAs, were deeply influenced by a handful of inspirational authors, from whom they received practical guidance, key insights, and concrete ideas. Their explorations of inspirational literature and useable spiritual methods gave rise to the program of spiritual self-help now practiced around the world as the twelve-step tradition.
Now, some of the core books that both inspired and were produced by the early twelve-steppers and recovery pioneers – including the first edition of the 1939 landmark Alcoholic Anonymous – are collected in this powerful resource.
The Recovery Bible includes:
Alcoholics Anonymous, the original 1939 landmark
The Greatest Thing in the World by Henry Drummond
In Tune with the Infiniteby Ralph Waldo Trine
The Mental Equivalentby Emmet Fox
As a Man Thinketh by James Allen
The 23rd and 91st Psalms
Religion that Works by the Rev. Sam Shoemaker
The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James