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12 Steps to Destruction - Codependency Recovery Heresies is written for those who are suffering from the trials of life and for those who want to help. It is for those who are thinking about joining a recovery group or entering a treatment center for codependency or addiction. It is for those who have tried Twelve-Step programs and recovery treatment centers and found them lacking. It is also for those who are currently in such programs. And, finally, it is to encourage Christians who offer such programs to return to the faith once delivered to the saints.

About the authors: Martin Bobgan holds four college degrees, including a doctorate from the University of Colorado, and is Vice President for Continuing Education at Santa Barbara City College. Deidre holds an MA in English form the University of California at Santa Barbara and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Their books include: The Psychological Way/The Spiritual Way and Hypnosis and the Christian, How to Counsel From Scripture, Lord of the Dance, Psychoheresy, Prophets of Psychoheresy I, and Prophets of Psychoheresy II.

Table of Contents

  1. And Codependency for All
  2. And Her Name is Codependence
  3. Love Misunderstood and Misapplied
  4. Twelve Step Programs: Sin or Sickness?
  5. Twelve-Step Religions
  6. Twelve-Step Idolatry
  7. Here's Looking at Me
  8. Judging by What Standard?
  9. Sinful Substitutes
  10. Commitment to Recovery
  11. Religions of Recovery

  • Title: 12 Steps to Destruction
  • Item#: B00054
  • ISBN: 0-941717-05-4
  • Size: 260
  • Length: 8.50
  • Width: 5.56
  • Copyright: 1991

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