by John Piper In 1908 the British writer G. K. Chesterton described the embryo of today’s full-grown immature culture called post-modernism. One mark of its “vulgar relativism” (as Michael Novak calls it) is the hijacking of the word “arrogance” to ...

Healthy Benefits from Humility by David Jeremiah We all have “I” trouble. Our first thoughts tend to be of ourselves, and we’re jealous for our own standing. Our conversation centers on I. Our spending is lavished on ourselves. Our favorite prefix ...

by Jonathan Edwards   Humility may be defined to be a habit of mind and heart corresponding to our comparative unworthiness and vileness before God, or a sense of our own comparative meanness in His sight, with the disposition to a behavior ...