“God and the Alcoholic Experience”
with author, James B. Nelson
Host: Joe Herzanek
Joe’s interview with author James Nelson, God and the Alcoholic Experience,
is a powerful testimony to the importance of God
in the life of a recovering person.
Jim’s inspiring book “Thirst: God and the Alcoholic Experience”
is the focus of their discussion.
James Nelson, a retired seminary professor and also a recovering person,
gives a deep, yet practical insight into the spiritual component of recovery.
Challenging questions are answered
and his responses give clarity to the “disease vs. sin” issue
(is addiction a disease or a moral failing)?
What role does God play in the life of an alcoholic?
(Playing time: 40 Minutes)
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