Alcoholics Religious Aspects England Early Works To 1800 : Gods sword drawn forth against drunkards and swearers : blasphemers of Gods Holy Name, whore-mongers, Sabbath breakers, and other lewd livers of all sorts. In which is set forth the abominable and beastly sin of drunkenness, with its attendant vices. In forty three terrible examples of Gods immediate judgements upon several drunkards, and other impenitent sinners. Necessary to be had in all houses, being a caution to young and old. By J. Srenock, B.D. Licensed and entred according to order.; Srenock, J.
Alcoholics Services For : Working with drug and alcohol users : a guide to providing understanding, assessment and support / Tony White.; White, Tony,
Alcoholics Spouses Biography : Living with drink : women who live with problem drinkers / [edited by] Richard Velleman, Alex Copello, and Jenny Maslin.
Alcoholics Spouses Psychology : Living with drink : women who live with problem drinkers / [edited by] Richard Velleman, Alex Copello, and Jenny Maslin.
Alcoholism Counsellors Professional Ethics : Resisting 12-step coercion : how to fight forced participation in AA, NA or 12-step treatment / by Stanton Peele and Charles Bufe with Archie Brodsky.; Peele, Stanton.
Alcoholism Counsellors Training Of : Motivational dialogue : preparing addiction professionals for motivational interviewing practice / edited by Gillian Tober and Duncan Raistrick.
Alcoholism England Religious Aspects : Gods judgements upon drunkards, swearers, and Sabbath-breakers. : In a collection of the most remarkable examples of God's revealed wrath upon these sins : with their aggravations, as well from Scripture, as reason. And a caution to authority, lest the impunity of these evils bring a scourge upon the whole nation.; Hammond, Samuel,
Alcoholism Europe : Alcohol misuse : a European persepective / edited by T.J. Peters.
Alcoholism Religious Aspects : The blemish of government, the shame of religion, the disgrace of mankind, or, A charge drawn up against drunkards : and presented to His Highness the Lord Protector, in the name of all the Sober Party in the three nations, humbly craving that they may be kept alone by themselves from infecting others ... / by R. Younge of Roxwell in Essex.; Younge, Richard.