For these assignments, you will be required to complete the worksheets according to McDill’s treatment of the structural diagram in 12 Essential Skills of Great Preaching. Each worksheet focuses on a specific skill and will assist you in diagraming the first chapter of Philippians.
Use the entire first chapter of Philippians for the following worksheets:
· Sturctural Diagram Worksheet
· Immediate Observations Worksheet
· Research Questions Worksheet.
For all other worksheets, use Philippians 1:12–18.
A rubric for each worksheet has been provided; be sure to complete the assignment according to the specified grading rubric.
See attached for diagram and Rubric
Link to Books
- McDill: skill 1
- Spurgeon: chs. 1–6
- Philippians Ch 1
“The Fourth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution” Please respond to the following:
- * From the e-Activity, identify the key aspects of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and analyze the manner in which it pertains to the average American citizen in regard to search and seizure. Provide a rationale for your response.
- Identify two (2) situations where a police officer may stop and question individuals based on their visual behavior, which is also known as a pat down. Next, give your opinion as to whether or not the reasons why the police pat down the individuals are valid in the situations you identified. Provide a rationale for your response.
Respond to this person’s post in less than 200 words.
“The Fourth Amendment has the purpose of protecting from the American people from unreasonable searches and seizures by police officers or any government agency as it establish some type of privacy that’s guaranteed to the American people that cannot be violated unless there is probable cause. This protects their homes, personal effects, or any papers they have. As a general rule of The Fourth Amendment requires that police officers obtain a warrant before conducting searches and seizures. Even though, some warrantless searches and seizures are permissible, they are required to conform to a standard of reasonableness. This means that the American people don’t have to be concerned about their privacy being violated by the government without a valid reason.
One situation where a police officer might stop an individual or individuals based on their visual behavior to perform a patdown could be when there’s loud noise somewhere in public. The officer may go over to the group of individuals because they may have committed a crime and they may be hiding the evidence somewhere so then the officer may perform a patdown.
The second situation where a police officer may stop an individual or a group of individuals based on their behavior to form a patdown could be when someone is wearing sweatpants in the summer time. That person may have something illegal on them and they are trying to hide the illegal object from the police.”