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As expected, the Pope (Benedict XVI) and many Christians condemned the inhumane move by a Christian pastorC* but few nescient and irresponsible people carried out an inappropriate measure which sparked anger of Muslims," he added.
The other translations fail to convey the specific problem the Letters' authors were trying to solve by turning their commandments forbidding nuntupping into ones that a nescient reader can only assume forbade enjoying secular prostitutes.
103) On the other hand, we remain wrapped in a nescient ignorance of the pressing reality that confronts us daily, that of immigration.