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Perhaps no one in this generation has had a more profound influence upon our intellectual and spiritual lives than Dr. M. Scott Peck. His first book, The Road Less Traveled, published over fifteen years ago, continues to reach an ever-growing audience, with sales of more than five million copies and translation into more than twenty languages. Now with the long-awaited publication of Further Along the Road Less Traveled, readers can continue the journey of self-discovery with Dr. Peck.

In this profound and inspiring work, based on his original lectures, Dr. Peck addresses the most urgent questions of personal and spiritual growth, including:

  • “Blame and Forgiveness”
  • “The Issue of Death and Meaning”
  • “Self-Love versus Self-Esteem”
  • “Sexuality and Spirituality”

From the first step of our spiritual journey, “Growing Up,” to the next step, “Knowing Yourself,” to the ultimate step, “In Search of a Personal God,” Dr. Peck reminds us that there are no easy answers.

A wise and inspirational audio program, Further Along the Road Less Traveled is an enlightening examination of the complexities of life and faith that will be an enduring work for a new generation.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “He explores growing up into forgiveness rather than blame; finding meaning in death; developing genuine self-esteem while dealing with problems of omnipotence, good and evil, and heroism; coping with addictions, which Peck terms the sacred disease; and finding a personal god. Peck criticizes psychiatry for ignoring the spiritual histories of patients and for misdiagnosing as a result. Highly recommended.”  

    Library Journal

  • “The presentation is consistently well-done. Peck reads with a soft, yet strong voice that is both self-assured and reassuring.” 


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