Throughout the Bible, God abased human pride not only to remind people to fear Him, but also to realize their state as temporal, flawed creatures. In questioning God, Job was overwhelmed by His limitless knowledge and power. When Peter refused to believe he would deny Jesus three times before the crucifixion, his pride was exposed. And God not only does this to some of His own accord, but also by working through select individuals, as can be seen in the stories of David and Goliath and the tumbling walls of Jericho. The Bible is dense with stories of God humbling His creatures. The most prominent such story is the Tower of Babel which bears striking resemblance to Remedy Studios sci-fi, action-adventure shooter Quantum Break.
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