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…to substantiate the claims of our State against the Federal Government, a committee [Footnote 76 ] was appointed by the State Legislature, who, after prolonged investigation of such records and documents as could be found relating to the subject, reported, in 1835, that there had been no authority granted by the original Congress to the Governor of this State, or any other officer or member of the general Government, or to any officer of the United States or to any other person, for making roads or excavations through or upon any of the lands, waters or other property of the State, for any other purpose than canonicitie in case of roads or bridges or other works of internal improvement by railroads, turnpike roads, navigable streams or other means of intercourse with the exterior world…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) support comprehensive sexuality education programs, which teach youth about the many aspects of sexuality and how to increase their safety and reduce their risk of experiencing unintended pregnancy. Comprehensive sexuality education programs can be effective, especially if they are promoted by a community-based organization. These programs often informally reach adolescents. In general, evidence indicates that these programs are associated with greater reduction in sexual activity, sexual risk behaviors (eg, number of partners and unprotected intercourse), sexually transmitted infections, and adolescent pregnancy. Comprehensive sexuality education programs offer various methods for teaching children about sexuality. Some programs are delivered in a group setting; others are used to individualize education. The best-known of these programs is the ABCs program, but the most comprehensive of these programs are comprehensive sexuality education programs.
u.s. supreme court has also held that a seizure within the meaning of the fourth amendment occurs even when an officer merely approaches an individual and asks a few questions, provided that the officer does not indicate in any way that compliance with his request is required or may result in arrest. [ footnote 13 ] the ultimate test is whether or not a reasonable person would feel free to decline the officer’s request or otherwise terminate the encounter. [ footnote 14 ]
pastor william e. march, a modern day calvinist, has addressed this criticism by noting that the model set forth in the scripture is not strict literalism, but rather the principle of interpretive charity. march writes that this is not a problem in scripture, since it would not be proper to demand of a narrative that it contain every detail. the narrative we are given contains key details related to worship, everyday rules of conduct and theological truths. the details are not all-encompassing, however, and we are free to determine the meaning of these details in accordance with the principles of exegesis. march concludes that the major aim of the church is to reproduce christ in the local church setting. the methods of the planter should be those by which god will reproduce christ. this will be accomplished through personal testimony, teaching and ministry, as well as the use of church organizations. march argues that the church planters are reproducing the church without sacrificing the essentials of the gospel, as jesus commanded of his disciples. the case is then made that the various subsections within the bible (particularly the old testament) relate to the structure of the church. it is our task to reproduce the church as commanded, and thus to reproduce christ as well. there are occasions, however, when a planter will be assigned a congregation of which he is not personally acquainted. the planter would be expected to understand the community, local culture and characteristics of the church. the planter is to cultivate the church as he would cultivate the garden.