This article engages with the objection that Christians are arrogant on account of the absolute claims of Christianity. The article considers the meaning of Christian humility, and explains that the Christian can be humble and certain at the same time.
How do you know whether you have good or evil ambitions? We live in a society that is influenced by a drive to be ambitious, but not all ambitions are good! This article discusses how you can evaluate whether you have good ambitions or satanic ambitions, and how to shape your ambitions according to the gospel.
This article focuses on the moral distinction between appearance and reality, between an outward self and an inward self. It examines contemporary virtue ethics and the claim that Christian ethics is a virtue ethic. It identifies, examines, and evaluates three theses that are central to virtue ethics: a priority thesis, a perfectionist thesis, and a communitarian thesis.