"1The God who made the world and allthings in it, since He is 2Lord of heaven and earth, does not 3dwell in templesmade with hands ;
25nor is He served by humanhands, 4as though He neededanything, since He Himselfgives to all people life and breath and allthings ;
and 5He made from one man everynation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having 6determined their appointedtimes and the boundaries of their habitation,
that they would seekGod, ifperhaps they might grope for Him and find Him, 7though He is not far from eachone of us;
for 8in Him we live and move and aexist, as evensome of your own poets have said, 'For we also are His children.'
29"Beingthen the children of God, we 9ought not to think that the DivineNature is likegoldorsilverorstone, an imageformed by the art and thought of man.
30"Therefore having 10overlooked11the times of ignorance, God is 12nowdeclaring to men that all people everywhere should repent,
31because He has fixed13a day in which14He willjudgeb15the world in righteousnesscthrough a Manwhom He has 16appointed, having furnishedproof to allmendby 17raising Him from the dead."