Is it just me or has anyone else noticed in the chapter "We Agnostics" Bill goes out of his way to force his belief in god upon the new man. I have consistently followed the instructions in the book and have "tour guided" many men through the steps (as well as remaining sober myself) without the need for "the unconvincing argument" aka everything after the asterisk in that chapter. It seems a little heavy handed to demand an answer to the question "God is everything or he is nothing. What was our choice to be?" I honestly believe the nonbeliever members should have told Bill to soften the approach even further. "Bill, nobody likes to be god bit" Dr. Wm. D. Silkworth.