For more than a half century, Obadiah Harris has studied the spiritual path, holding ministerial pulpits in traditions ranging from Pentecostalism to New Thought and directing programs in continuing education, community outreach, and distance learning at major universities.
He has worked with the ideas and legacies of spiritual icons ranging from Manly P. Hall, author of the landmark The Secret Teachings of All Ages, to Ernest Holmes, founder of the Science of Mind movement, America's most successful and intellectually rigorous New Thought congregation. When he was growing up in rural Oklahoma, Harris' family provided the first pulpit to internationally known televangelist Oral Roberts.
As a scholar and seeker, Harris has traversed and helped shape broad swaths of our modern spiritual landscape. Now he distills the insights he has found - all of them potent, powerful, and, above all, useful - in The Simple Road, which is more than a book. This concise statement is a spiritual GPS that guides the earnest seeker past dead ends and switchbacks to locate the path that most intimately and directly connect us with the source of all life.
The methods and ideas in this book can help rescue you from a crisis and provide a daily source of practice. This brave work addresses head-on topics that are often shunned or ignored in works of "proper" theology, including the question of physical healing by spiritual means - a topic treated with deepest seriousness - and with the existence of hostile forces that test us on the spiritual path. The Simple Road is balm for parched souls.
This brief, powerful audiobook can bring you literally life-saving solace when facing life's entanglements.