What does it mean to be truly humble and what does it mean to be prideful, and "holier than thou.?" In my POV being humble means that one is CONVICTED on their beliefs, but humble on secondary matters of doctrine and they realize they may be wrong in secondary issues. For example I do not necessarily agree with Armianism, however I do read books by non Reformed authors such as David Jeremiah, Erwin Lutzer, and others. I also tune into their podcasts, as I desire to be humble and learn the Bible, and in return the HS has taught me things I never could have learned otherwise. However on the streets I have been accused of being "holier than thou" because I am CONVICTED on John 14:6 and Jesus being the only way and I have used the 10 Commandments to show people their sin. I have told a multitude this over the years and in grace have tried to show people they are guilty of sin and headed to eternal punishment and separation from God. In return I got a accusation of being prideful and "holier than thou." Or once at a job a few years back I kept my distance from the sinful music and conversations of several employees and some said I thought I was better than everyone and "holier than thou." However I simply could not stand the cuss-words, and ungodliness of their music and conversations. In my opinion one whom is prideful thinks they know everything and debates and divides over secondary matters of doctrine. They call others whom do not agree not saved, and such. I believe in my ignorance I have stepped into that category at times of which I apologize. So what about you what do you say?