The Simple Road: A Handbook for the Contemporary Seeker

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About the Author

Obadiah Harris is the founder and president of the University of Philosophical Research. He holds a PhD in education administration from the University of Michigan and an MA in education from Arizona State University, where he was an associate professor of education and director of community education. Harris has held numerous ministerial pulpits and collaborated with figures of major influence in contemporary spirituality. Born in northeastern Oklahoma, he lives in Los Angeles.

Sean Pratt (AEA/SAG/AFTRA) has been a working professional actor in the theater, film, TV, and voice-overs for twenty-five years. He has been an audiobook narrator for seventeen years, has recorded over 700 books in almost every genre, and has received eight AudioFile magazine Earphones Awards and four Audie Award nominations from the Audio Publishers Association. For the last ten years, Sean has been helping actors, both students and professionals, to understand the complexities of the BIZ as well as reinvigorate and refocus their careers through his easy-to-understand, dynamic concepts.

"Harris distills the basics of New Thought theology, a universalist belief system that finds shared wisdom in major world religions and argues that people's thoughts and connections with the divine control their health and well-being...provides a coherent spiritual worldview for the nonsectarian modern seeker."

-- "Publishers Weekly"

"When you grow exhausted with all of today's spiritual programs, axioms, seminars, and techniques; when you feel fatigued from searching and cannot find a way forward; when it seems that years of seeking have netted so little, throw yourself upon the essential truths in this book...It can be lifesaving."

-- "Mitch Horowitz, author of One Simple Idea, from the introduction"