“For example, we have gotten to the point where a preacher can spend the entire sermon talking about himself, and his own struggles, and everyone says that he is being open, honest, transparent, and humble. Another man, who proclaims the truth in a way that indicates something would have been true had he never been born, is dismissed as an arrogant man. Our categories have gotten inverted, and this is due to the democratic enforcement of the leveling power of envy” (The Case for Classical Christian Education, p. 74).
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