From "Is God A Moral Monster" by Paul Copan (hint - if you buy it through the link, I'll get credit 😉
According to Copan, both pride and false humility have their basis in a lie.
Pride (arrogance) says that I can do more than I can do. Pride says that I have done things that I have not done. The lie of pride lets me give myself (and others) an inflated view of myself and my abilities.
False humility says that I have not done what I have done. False humility says that I cannot do things that I can do. The lie of pride lets me give myself (and others) a deflated view of myself, my gifts and my abilities.
True humility, on the other hand,
True humility doesn't deny abilities but rather acknowledges God as the source of these gifts, for which we can't take the credit. What do we have that we didn't receive (1 Cor. 4:7)? To be humble is to know our proper place before God - with all of our strengths and weaknesses.
Challies Weekend a la Carte - the segments and most of the comments about John MacArthur's criticism of Darren Patrick.
John MacArthur's blog - Travis Allen defending MacArthur.