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12 STEPS FORWARD 11.5

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11.7 Discussion Questions

  1. Do twelve step programs generally lead people into more care giving or less?
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12 STEPS FORWARD 11.4

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11.6 Discussion Questions

  1. What are the strengths and weaknesses of “unconditional positive regard?”
  2. What happens when churches lose sight of the centrality of Christ and the essence of the fellowship of believers?
  3. What helps restoration take place?
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12 STEPS FORWARD 11.3

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11.4 Discussion Questions

  1. Did Wilson find the help he sought for his depression through psychological therapy?
  2. Do therapists themselves claim their addiction programs are unsuccessful?
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12 STEPS FORWARD 11.2

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11.2 Discussion Questions

  1. The Twelve-Step religions of recovery may transform present circumstances by rearranging the _ of the _, but that transformation is vastly different from being delivered from “the power of darkness” and being “translated…into the kingdom of His dear Son,” Jesus Christ.
  2. Silkworth suggested that Wilson needed to __ alcoholics that this “illness” would either drive them mad or kill them.
  3. Do members of recovery programs promote recovery for what it will do for others or for what it will do for them?
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12 STEPS FORWARD 11.1

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11.1 Discussion Questions

  1. Subliminal messaging encourages magical passivity rather than __.
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12 STEPS FORWARD 10.3

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10.5 Discussion Questions

  1. When churches adopt and adapt Twelve-Step Programs they are telling the world that the ________ is not sufficient to deal with problems of sin.
  2. Experts on codependency/recovery claim that codependents lack boundaries between themselves and other people. Who does Anne Wilson Schaef blame for that?
  3. The Bible connects resentment (bitterness) with the ________ which must be put off, not a self to be nurtured.
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12 STEPS FORWARD 10.2

This is a review of the following book with questions and comments along the way.  Feel free to answer or ask questions and leave comments to enrich our learning.
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10.3 Discussion Questions

  1. The Bible is __________ when it comes to forgiving self.
  2. When we forgive ourselves we are ________ __________ .
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