that they would seekGod, ifperhaps they might grope for Him and find Him, 1though He is not far from eachone of us;
for 2in 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 3ought not to think that the DivineNature is likegoldorsilverorstone, an imageformed by the art and thought of man.
30"Therefore having 4overlooked5the times of ignorance, God is 6nowdeclaring to men that all people everywhere should repent,
31because He has fixed7a day in which8He willjudgeb9the world in righteousnesscthrough a Manwhom He has 10appointed, having furnishedproof to allmendby 11raising Him from the dead."
32Now when they heard of 12the resurrection of the dead, some began to sneer, but otherssaid, "We shall hear you eagainconcerningthis."
33SoPaulwent out of their midst.
But somemenjoined him and believed, amongwhomalso were Dionysius the 13Areopagite and a womannamedDamaris and others with them.