A senseless man knows not; neither does a fool understand this.
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George Leo Haydock
Things. Pretended sages hence take occasion to blaspheme whatsoever things they know not, Jude 10. The wise adore God in silence, (Haydock) and confess, that the misery of the just here proves a future life, while the wicked prosper, to be more tormented. (Eusebius)
Carnal men, who think only of present things, see not this. (Menochius)