unchristened

unchristened

(ʌnˈkrɪsənd) or

unchrisom

adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) not christened
Translations

unchristened

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But that's a human reaction, and the one thing we can say with reasonable certainty about God is that He isn't remotely narrow-minded (that, incidentally, is why original sin is an absurd concept clearly dreamed up by clerics with their own motivations for interpreting His wishes; the notion that He would trap Himself into condemning unchristened babies to eternal damnation is too ridiculous for words).
Across all this unchristened land, Johann's sacred light was dashed, scattered and dispersed to sprinkle down upon an unshakable desolation reigned over by the cannibal eyes of that impersonal God who needs no name.
The two of them then paint on the side of the ship, a caravel the name of the hitherto unchristened vessel: it is to be called The Unknown Island.
Sometimes it goes too far, like in the case of newlyweds Mark and Jayne Fletcher, who returned from their wedding reception - presumably looking to "seal the deal" - only to find, amongst other things, their walls covered in shaving foam and lipstick and the as yet unchristened marital bed filled with pasta.