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all of the living human inhabitants of the earth

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And, last but not least, there is the explicit reflection on the relation between church and humankind, and on the ways in which ecclesiology, missions and ethics might be integrated.
Chevron Humankind builds upon the partnership of our company and its employees with communities where we live and work, to make employees' contributions go even farther.
It is made up of influential stakeholders from a diversity of sectors, including: Vusithemba Ndima, the acting deputy director-general for cultural heritage in the Department of Arts and Culture; Molapo Qhobela, the deputy director-general for human capital and knowledge systems in the Department of Science and Technology; Belinda Bozzoli, professor of sociology and deputy vice-chancellor for research at Wits University; palaeontologist Bob Brain; Joe Mohlokoana, director of Cradle Coop, a business that operates in the Cradle; Edwin Cameron, Justice of the Constitutional Court; Fana Jiyane, chief executive of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site Management Authority; and Kuseni Dlamini, chief executive of emerging markets at Old Mutual.
As a response to the Genesis reading, it reasserts the primacy of trust in God versus the willful disobedience of humankind.
The Divine has promised a final redemption for humankind, according to Christian thought.
More divine truth and grace are found operative in the entire history of God's dealings with humankind than are available simply in the Christian tradition.
The future of humankind depends upon immediate worldwide action in many crucial areas including overpopulation, destruction of natural habitats, cutting and clearing of rain forests that nurture many important medicinal plants, overgrazing of cattle, endangerment of many species, introduction of alien plants and animals that wipe out indigenous life forms, industrial pollution, and other desecrations imposed on nature by people.
The notion of sustainability, of the need for humankind to try and evolve some kind of harmony with the natural world becomes ever more imperative.
The Biennale is always, of course, a spectacle par excellence, but this renewal, titled "Plateau of Humankind," takes as its explicit point of departure the "positive, utopian spirituality of [Joseph] Beuys" and wants to continue the "work towards spiritual activity at the service of the possible visualization of a museum of obsessions" that Szeemann was pursuing long before most o f us learned how to spell Beuvs.
In the ransom version of Christus Victor, the devil held the souls of humankind captive.
Thus, I recognize that "man" is no longer a coherent synonym for humankind, and I have long avoided it (and other masculine generics) in my writing.
com/reports/c61531) has announced the addition of Molecular Nutrition: Nutrition and the Evolution of Humankind to their offering.
Granting the reader an invaluable reference and comprehensive grasp of the ideologies guiding humankind and the probable results of pluralistic concept, Sacred Freedom insightfully and engagingly informs its readers of an uncompromisingly seclusive universal perception.
Renowned primatologist De Waal argues that many of the characteristics usually considered unique to humankind are also found in elephants, dolphins, and, most strikingly, in our primate relatives.
Bellar offers a hauntingly memorable portrayal as Shen Te, using her expressive body and face to reveal every aspect of this woman's misadventures with humankind.