When God calls for our worship, [it] isn’t a manifestation of pride. The knowledge and worship of God is the highest good possible. Not only this, worship expresses an awareness of God’s—and thus our—proper place in the order of things, and it also transforms us into what we were designed to be. To be connected with God in worship not only humbles us. It’s a lofty, lifelong endeavor that expands our minds, enriches our souls, makes us wise, and enables us to have a proper self-understanding. Knowing God is the highest human pursuit possible. The loving and creating triune God is worthy of our allegiance, love, and attention. — Paul Copan (from, When God Goes to Starbucks: A Guide to Everyday Apologetics)