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Vol 22, No 2 (2019)

Religion, Spirituality and Addiction Recovery

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Guest Editors: Wendy Dossett and Liam Metcalf-White

Table of Contents


Religion, Spirituality and Addiction Recovery: Introduction PDF
Wendy Dossett , Liam Metcalf-White 95-100


‘God As We Understood Him’: Being ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ in Alcoholics Anonymous PDF
Jennifer Lois Hahn 101-121
Recovering Theism: Three Biographical Case Studies in Alcoholics Anonymous PDF
Paul K. McClure 122-139
In/visible Recoveries: Display events, Stigma and Spirituality in a Therapeutic Community in Northern Mexico PDF
Ethan Sharp 140-160
“That’s the Spiritual Side of Me”: Men’s Autobiographical Accounts of Recovery in Twelve Step Fellowships PDF
Lymarie Rodriguez-Morales 161-183
Does Alcoholics Anonymous Help Grow the Spiritual but not Religious Movement? PDF
Linda Mercadante 184-193
Introducing the Non-Religious in Alcoholics Anonymous PDF
Zachary A Munro 194-214
Kleśas and Pretas: Therapy and Liberation in Buddhist Recovery from Addiction PDF
Wendy Dossett 215-242
A Qualitative and Critical Religion Analysis of the Category of Spirituality within The Visible Recovery Advocacy Movement PDF
Liam Metcalf-White 243-263

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