Christopher Largent has taught university-level philosophy and comparative religion for more than 30 years and has lecture internationally, including talks at the New York Open Center, New York’s School for Practical Philosophy, Chicago’s Crossroads Center, the World Business Academy, the Global Structures Convocation in Washington DC and the Omega Institute.

Chris is co-author of The Soul of Economies: Spiritual Evolution Goes to the Marketplace (Idea House, 1991), The Paradigm Conspiracy: Why Our Social Systems Violate Our Human Potential and How We Can Change Them (Hazelden, 1996), and Love, Soul, and Freedom: Dancing with Rumi on the Mystic Path (Hazelden, 1998) — books praised by many thinkers, including the Dalai Lama, Stephen Covey, Willis Harman, Huston Smith, Ravi Batra, Charles Tart, Marianne Williamson, and famed Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

He was chosen to contribute to the millennium book, Imagine, and to the 9/11 book, From the Ashes—A Spiritual Response to the Attack on America: Experience, Strength, and Hope from Spiritual Leaders and Extraordinary Citizens.