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The Religious Community of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church from the perspective of its diaconal and pastoral work
Šlancová, Vladimíra ; Klvačová, Petra (advisor) ; Beneš, Ladislav (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to identify the key aspects of local church diaconia and pastoral ministry in the particular parish community of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church and to show how the religious community cooperates with the surrounding social environment. First, the Czechoslovak Hussite Church is introduced, especially from the social point of view. Then the thesis deals with the local organizational unit of this church - parish community. Then the thesis moves to the field of diaconal and pastoral ministry, especially from the perspective of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. The research part of the thesis deals with the particular parish community. Attention is paid to how diaconal and pastoral ministry is represented in this Christian community. This can help clarify the term local church diaconia and clarify the relationship between diaconal and pastoral ministry. Behind the topic of the thesis is also a practical interest in finding out whether churches and their members can create space for cooperation in the local community by means of diaconal and pastoral ministry. Keywords Czechoslovak Hussite Church, parish community, diaconal ministry, pastoral ministry, cooperation.
Bible and pastoral counseling. Two Concepts of American Pastoral Care in the 20th Century
Halámková, Miriam ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Landová, Tabita (referee)
This diploma thesis entitled: "Bible and Pastoral Counseling - Two Concepts of American Pastoral Care in the 20th Century" deals with two types of pastoral counseling (nouthetic counseling by Jay E. Adams and biblical counseling by Larry Crabb), which consider the Bible to be their basic and most important source and standard, and the context of their creation. The thesis describes the context, influences and life events that accompanied the authors during the creation of both counselings; it explains the basic ideas of both counselings and represents the way of using the Bible in a counseling conversation that the authors promote. It also mentions the criticism of other authors. The text first introduces the reader to the American concept of Christianity and pastoral care on the basis of historical development and later to both counseling directions - the nouthetic counseling and the biblical counseling. Keywords Pastoral care, Pastoral counseling, Biblical counseling, Nouthetic counseling, Jay E. Adams, Larry Crabb
Pastoral Care as Teamwork
Bort, Jiří ; Martinek, Michael (advisor) ; Beneš, Ladislav (referee)
The aim of this work is to map the basic approaches to pastoral care from the point of view of pastoral care itself, as well as from the perspective of the originality of pastoral workers. It provides a particular probe into pastoral care as such in terms of its motivations and causes, which differ in why and from whom impulse to pastoral service originated. It provides an overview of pastoral care in terms of its timeliness and goals. Each pastoral care is different from it causes, and this has the effect on its methods, course, and goals. The work deals with the usual content of pastoral work and how it differs with regard to the personality of the pastoral worker. It deals with the question of whether pastoral care is to be carried out by the appointed professionals, or whether pastoral care is a matter of wider relations within the church.
Christian Peace Conference and divided Germany in the time of bipolar world
Beneš, Ladislav ; Kunštát, Miroslav (advisor) ; Matějka, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to analyze ideas how to deal with the german question after the Second World War which were brought up by one of the largest postwar ecumenical organizations - Christian Peace Conference. Using this example, the author of this thesis wants to describe nature of the organization whose establishment was initiated by the cooperation between theologians and active Christians from the Eastern bloc and their Western counterparts, particularly the ones from the Federal Republic of Germany. Therefore, the thesis presents ideas of Christian Peace Conference and then compares them with the development of international relations during the Cold War and shows potential political implications of these ideas. This issue also illustrates the evolution of negotiations among European actors in the international arena after 1968. Lastly, the thesis addresses the question how could an organization like Christian Peace Conference work in the socialist state the German Democratic Republic was.
The Maria Montessori's Method of Religious Educationin Ecumenical Catechesis.
Bandhauer, Petra ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Muchová, Ludmila (referee) ; Macek, Ondřej (referee)
The thesis focuses on the Maria Montessori's method of religious education, how it has taken root in christian catechesis. The purpose of the Petra Bandhauer thesis is to analyse its principles, to describe its development and the way of reception by the educationalists. To provide a deeper glimpse into the field of the theological anthropology the author compares some of Montessori's opinions, most criticised, with the views of Wolfhart Pannenberg and Karl Rahner. The last aim is to introduce the way of reflection of Montessori religious education in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and in Godly Play, to examine their practice both in Germany and in the Czech Republic and to highlight the potential they have for the spiritual formation of children in the ecumenical christian society.
Prayer: The Role, Place and Significance of Prayer in the Lives of Members of the Christian Community
Žilková, Miriam ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The thesis, "Prayer: The Role, Place and Significance of Prayer in the Lives of Members of the Christian Community" deals with the topics outlined in its title. It is examined from the standpoint which understands prayer in its Biblical context, as well as how it has been interpreted by the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren tradition. The core of the thesis is made up of qualitative research. The goal of the research is to discover how prayer is perceived by believers within a particular Christian community: what place prayer occupies in their lives, what shapes it, what it contributes to them and, at the same time, how they perceive prayer and what kind of meaning corporate prayer has for them. Five deep, semi-structured conversations with research participants helped to achieve the goal of the thesis. The results of the qualitative analyses are presented in several chapters, of which four main chapters contain (1) the benefits of prayer in understanding oneself, and (2) in understanding and perceiving God, (3) prayer as a tool for service, and (4) benefits and deficits connected with prayer. The concluding chapters then summarize the results found in the answers to the survey questions, and further on there is a discussion presented on the understanding of prayer as perceived through the lens...
Street pastoral care as innovative approach in prevention of criminal behaviour
Klenovcová, Daniela ; Křížová, Eva (advisor) ; Beneš, Ladislav (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a topic of pastoral street work as a new form of crime prevention and opens up the theme of this new approach inspired by the international Christian movement Street Pastors. The goal of this diploma thesis is to describe the possibilities how to implement pastoral street work idea in environment of the Prague I Municipality District. As being traditional centre of culture, science, business, public services and tourism, Prague faces today to many associating problems resulting from increase in number of tourists. First, the author describes these problems such as increasing noise, higher criminality, noise disturbance or alcohol consumption in the night streets. Further, the author defines the basic concepts of social work, and describes briefly the history of Christian mutual help in terrain. Then she focuses on the movement Street Pastors that could be an alternative solution to these problems and describes on it's mission, vision, values and principles. Street Pastors is an international network of Christian volunteers, that focuses on similar problems in many cities worldwide. Finaly, the author proposes how ideas of Street Pastors could be applied in Prague.
Pastoral work in ICF Prague
Voráčová, Petra ; Martinek, Michael (advisor) ; Beneš, Ladislav (referee)
The main objective of this thesis is pastoral care in ICF Prague. The aim of this work is to provide reader enough information about pastoral work in general and also within the ICF church. It also introduces specific tools that ICF offers to its attenders. This work is also focusing on believers, it deals with the question if attending Christians have a person that they can turn to with their life problems and when in need. The work is divided into several parts and the first chapter firstly clarifies the meaning of the term "pastoral care" and secondly it talks about the pastoral care in the Gospel and the Bible itself, which is important for evangelical environment where ICF Prague is classified. The second and third chapter covers a brief overview of history of ICF Prague, its vision, style and also the specific projects and tools that ICF uses in order to provide pastoral care to people. The last part of this thesis focuses on the research. The summarization and evaluation of the research that took place in ICF Prague is written in the last chapter.
The development of right-wing extremists in the Czech Republic
Čechová, Eva ; Dočkal, Jan (advisor) ; Beneš, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis "The development of right-wing extremists in the Czech Republic" consists only a theoretical part. It is focused on the creation, expression and linking right-wing extremist movements and political parties in the Czech Republic from 1989 to the present appearance National Democracy. The thesis deals with concepts such as neo-Nazism, extremism, racism and the right-wings. Thesis contains political parties such as National Democracy, DSSS, SPR-RSČ, Islám v ČR nechceme… The thesis is generally concerned with how the Velvet Revolution was seeping through the political and social sphere of ultra-right movement, and what was their manifestation. Finally, this bachelor thesis deals with the threats of right-wing extremism in the current political and social situation. Key words Extremism, right-wing extremism, neo-Nazism, SPR-RSČ, National Democracy, migration, Nazism, racism, nationalism, xenophobia, European Union, Adam B. Bartoš, radicalism
Pastoral care at the facilities of The Diaconia of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren
Kazmířová, Jitka ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
This work deals with pastoral care at the facilities of The Diaconia of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren (DECCB) with a focus on residential facilities for the elderly. It brings a closer look into the organization DECCB, its history and organizational culture, it summarizes the current knowledge of elderly age. Attention is paid to communication with seniors as well as to residence facilities for the elderly and to spiritual needs in elderly age. The practical part of the thesis presents the results of qualitative research carried out among pastoral workers who work in the residential homes for elderly people. The research deals with the offer of pastoral care in homes, specific questions within individual pastoral care of the elderly, and also personal requirements of the pastoral worker.

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