In this age of protests, condescension has become a virtue. At a town hall for Senator Bill Cassidy, protesters drew notoriety for shouting during a prayer and pledge to the flag. At the Oscars, celebrities like Academy Award winner Viola Davis adorned themselves with self-praise. Could it be that there is a common trait, below the surface, that causes us to act wrong when we feel most right? Pastors Rick Henderson and Mike Bell call on the aid of Tim Keller as they discuss.