Do you really know the difference between shame and guilt? Could you spell out what makes envy very much a separate emotion from jealousy? And what exactly differentiates self-respect from self-esteem? This concise handbook takes you on an entertaining voyage of exploration through many basic human attitudes and attributes, all the while pointing out the poetic and practical facets of things like "Nobility and Ignobility," or "Virtue and Virility." Drawing on the wisdom of history's greatest thinkers, but looking at it all from a Judeo-Christian perspective, this handy and witty manual will open your eyes to the defining characteristics of such pairs as pride and vanity, and equality and equity, as well as what makes them so arrestingly unique. Indispensable as a brief "field guide" to the deepest dimensions of the human experience, and delightful in its stylish delivery, Moral Majesty, Spiritual Splendor will show you the moral fundamentals of what we all experience in our daily lives, from a classically informed Christian viewpoint.