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  • Telling people you have had hair transplant surgery can elicit accusations of "manity" - male vanity.

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  • Christ Consciousness completes our evolution and represents the final stage in the brand of salvation that Christ was really bringing to hu manity: the state of “being,” in which one is like Christ, a fully realized being of thought and divine energy, able to manifest whatever realities one wishes out of pure thought and intention.

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  • Crymes aginst hoo-manity tew much pownces an nawt enuff luvs

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  • Roger Ailes just let you get humiliated on T.V. Oh the Hume-manity.

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  • And we are calmly told that hu - manity will double its population in the course of the next forty years.


  • Blondel wrote that “as hu - manity grows, Christ rises above the horizon,” but he rejected von Hügel's argument that Christ's knowledge of his messianic mission developed in time.

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  • C.C. J. Webb thought it possible that “Superhuman evil wills exist and have injuriously affected the environment of hu - manity as a whole” (Problems in the Relations of God and Man [1911], p. 270).


  • Absolute, is possible only because the divine has al - ready united them by its action of incarnation in hu - manity and so in history.


  • The conventionalist thesis, generally accepted in entirety, manifests itself in the first half of the century as confutation of linguis - tic innatism, as confutation of the idea of a natural lan - guage, innate, created by and in the logos, which reveals itself both in the primordial language of hu - manity and in the astrological signs, and is the common cipher of macrocosm and microcosm.

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  • Hu - manity begins in religious fear, not of men but of the divine.

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