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The doctrine of nondelegation describes the theory that one branch of government must not It is explicit or implicit in all written constitutions that impose a strict structural. — “Nondelegation doctrine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
 Very Unscholarly and Defamatory. Unfortunately much of this article is written in an unprofessional manner, with research I don't really know anything about this church/cult/whatever, but the above commenter probably has some point about the article being unscholarly. — “Talk:Exclusive Brethren/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org
 Unscholarly Writing. I have no idea who wrote the entry under the subheading "friends" but it must account for one of the most biased, shoddy, unscholarly, and unverifiable ad hominem statement I have ever encountered on Wikipedia - and that includes pages under construction. — “Talk:Christian Conventions/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org
But to enter the Church in such an unscholarly way that he could not in any probability rise to a higher grade through all his career than that of the humble curate wearing his life out in an obscure village or city slum–that might have a touch of goodness and greatness in it; that might be true religion, and a purgatorial course worthy of being followed by a remorseful man. — “Jude the Obscure” by Thomas Hardy