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by | Read by Grover Gardner

Spirituality • 1 hr. • Unabridged • © 2013

Keller contrasts what he calls "gospel humility" with selfish pride, which he believes is the natural condition of the human ego. He believes ego-driven pride is the underlying cause of most social ills, an idea that is contrary to popular thinking that says low self-esteem is at the root of our social problems. Grover Gardner crisply delivers the author's ideas on how to become self-forgetful--a state in which one's worth and identity are found in Christ. Gardner smoothly recounts the story of apostle Paul's life before and after meeting Christ, which serves as a good example of a transformed sense of self. Keller says gospel-humble people pay no more attention to ego than they do to their toes, "which just work." And that's the kind of attention the ego deserves--none. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2013]

Trade Ed. • ChristianAudio • 2013

CD ISBN 9781610457231 $5.98 • One CDs

DD ISBN 9781610457248 $5.98

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Trade Ed. • ChristianAudio • 2013

CD ISBN 9781610457231 $5.98 • One CDs

DD ISBN 9781610457248 $5.98

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