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Dan Kent

Dan Kent was born to a fourteen-year-old mother in the humorless tundra of northern Minnesota. He went to college to figure out if God exists, wrote his first novel at twelve, and has worked in crisis mental health for twenty years. He lives with his wife, Barbara, and is currently editor-in-chief of Reknew.org

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Self-help books emerge from one of two flawed views of the self--that people are fundamentally bad or fundamentally good--and these mutually exclusive ditches are destructive. Dan Kent presents a third view. He shows how the humility Jesus revealed offers the most accurate, freeing view of the self. Whereas the ditches both lead to powerlessness and passivity, humility as Jesus teaches it is empowering, fosters proactivity, and serves as a scaffold for true confidence.

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Release date: 
June 11, 2019

Self-help books emerge from one of two flawed views of the self--that people are fundamentally bad or fundamentally good--and these mutually exclusive ditches are destructive. Dan Kent presents a third view. He shows how the humility Jesus revealed offers the most accurate, freeing view of the self. Whereas the ditches both lead to powerlessness and passivity, humility as Jesus teaches it is empowering, fosters proactivity, and serves as a scaffold for true confidence.