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The integration of shadow projections in the teaching of C.G. Jung and its possible benefits for theological ethics of interpersonal relationships
Otáhal, Tomáš ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
In the first part, this thesis is examining the psychology of C. G. Jung, especially those parts, which are somehow connected to interpersonal relationships. That means foremostly the psychological projections and mechanisms, which are causing those projections. By those mechanisms, I mean the dynamics of consciousness - unconsciousness, the shadow and the cognitive functions. Besides those concepts and mechanisms, the thesis aims to explore the way which Jung ascribes to deal with those shadow projections - in favor of improving the interpersonal relationships. This deed lays mainly in the so-called individuation, with main focus on the shadow integration. The aim of the second part of this thesis is to reflect upon the C. G. Jung's psychology from the theological ethics point of view. The thesis is defining the criteria of goodness of the interpersonal relationship from the theological ethics standpoint. Then further uses those criteria to clarify the conditions under which could be maintained the dialogue and cooperation between theology and psychology and thus, under which conditions is theologically acceptable to utilize C. G. Jung's findings.
Theme of "night" in John of the Cross and in the current spirituality
Andil, Jan ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
This thesis deals with the theme of the dark night in the work of St. John of the Cross and its influence on the formation of contemporary spiritual authors. Firstly, it focuses on the Spanish Carmelite mystic, John of the Cross social and biographical facts. These provide background to John's spiritual formation and without them the symbol of the dark night loses its historical context. This is followed by a list and brief description of the key works of John of the Cross. Of these texts, the dark night motif is dealt with in "Ascent of Mount Carmel" and "Dark Night," which constitute two aspects of a single journey leading to union with God. We encounter the dark night motive itself in the third chapter. First, we look at the dark night as described by John from the Cross. Then we focus on the symbolism of the dark night in the saint's work, its articulation and outcome. The last chapter introduces us to the view of contemporary spiritual authors, namely Thomas H. Greene, Thomas Halik, Iain Matthew, Gerald G. May, and Wilfrid Stinissen on the dark night theme.
The universal inclusivist soteriology (of Pauline type?) according to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
Novák, Petr ; Houkal, Jan (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
This bachelor thesis elaborates the topic of ontological and functional significance of the person of Jesus Christ, according to French philosopher and scientist PierreTeilhard de Chardin. At present time, his theological contribution is appreciated by Pope Benedict XVI and Francis. But many of his thoughts and genial writings were censored and forbidden in the preconciliar Catholic discourse during his lifetime. All his major works were published posthumously. However, he still remains a controversial author. The study aims to assess whether it could be considered the functional christology of Teilhard de Chardin as the universal inclusivist soteriology of Pauline type. The basis and frame of reference for coparison are proto-Pauline epistles of The New Testament (especially Romans, First Corinthians and Philippians). The inclusivist concept of salvation in the works of Teilhard de Chardin can be come the starting-point for ecumenical dialogue between the Christian denominations that share the Apostle Paul. Keywords christology, inclusivism, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Saint Paul, soteriology
Teilhard de Chardin's apologetics of Christianity
Procházka, Leoš ; Bouma, David (advisor) ; Nosek, Lukáš (referee)
The thesis "Teilhard de Chardin's apologetics of Christianity" starts with a brief introduction to apologetics and fundamental theology in general, on the basis of Teilhard's thought, presents the main critical comments and addresses the methodological question of the approach to his thinking. In the main part, develops the structure of apologetics from the phenomenological description of the world's evolution, from the particles and animals through the emergence of consciousness and man. This is showed on the basis of the "law of complexity and consciousness", which shows the increase of consciousness with the increase of the complexity. And then, through noogenesis (evolution of the spirit), it reaches the point of Omega. The thesis addresses the question of the legitimacy of such extrapolation and continues to the philosophical deduction of Omega's characteristics, as essentially transcendent, to an entropy independent, attractive and present. From the philosophically introduced point of Omega, seeks to show the possibility of identifying Christ of revelation with the Omega point through the theological reflection, as proof and defense of the truth of Christianity. The thesis tries to critically evaluate the apologetics thus built, to elaborate the philosophical view and to evaluate the...
The church of secret - secret of the church
Orel, Miroslav Metoděj ; Bouma, David (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee)
The thesis deals with the theme of secrets as itself and how it is related to the church. Its main issue if is it a church that creates mystery, or whether the mystery is creates church. Furthermore, the work seeks to examine the veracity of statements II. Vatican concilium, which identify the Church as sacrament, that mean the secret. The work examines the main approaches to the mystery and the language they speak about him. While access to the mystery, which has Gnostic character and is well characterized and defined conceptually, it can be seen that the designation anit-gnostic mystery of missing a simple term. Work and offers use of the term exotheric, which is contrary to esoteric and further work highlights the typical character and timbre of this exotheric mystery. The work also aligns with the mystery as objective scientific phenomenon and examines whether the other sciences (mathematics or astronomy) may be encountered exoteric and objective mystery. Investigate the findings are eventually applied to the discourse on the Church, which shows that if the church was not defined as secret, it would be reduced to mere human community and vice versa, if the Church was reduced only as a community insider secrets, it would be just another gnostic sect.
The position of the Roman Catholic Church to Islamic extremism
Mazáč, Milan ; Bouma, David (advisor) ; Nosek, Lukáš (referee)
The position of the Roman Catholic Church to Islamic extremism Abstract The present thesis deals with the attitude of the Pope, those spiritual state performing the function in individual institutions of the Holy See, theologians and a selected group of people from the Czech general public Roman Catholic Church to religious extremism, focusing on the ultimate form of extremism - terrorism - of individuals or groups espousing to Islam. Since religious extremism often associated with fundamentalism, radicalism and fanaticism, is the first chapter to analyze the basic characteristics of these concepts, with the emphasis on analyzing the meaning and essence of their grasp. A comparison of them found what they have in common and what they are different. Following the above leads to analysis of how extremism reflect the religious and intellectual personalities of islam, with attached description and comparison of the attitudes of these figures, and militant-minded muslims to the jihad by the sword "al-džihád bi̕ s-sajf". In connection with this armed form of jihad work briefly compares the concept of martyrdom in islam and the roman catholic church and the result in the summary analyses. It is also a brief look into the history of religious extremism, as an integral part of the development of Christianity and...
Basic theological Resources of social Encyclicals
Halama, Martin ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
The main focust of this work is searching, sorting and commenting on basic theological part of the social encyclicals of the Catholic Church from the years 1891 to 2009 respectively. The paper first presents a brief synopsis of eleven encyclicals coming from six popes. From this chart below shows the broader historical context, and thus the circle of major societal problems to which they relate theological passages encyclicals. From the theological components are selected basic theological foundations. Thease are divided by the basic dimensions of the relationship between man and God are usually quoted, commented and put into perspective. The last chapter is compiled an overall picture of the fundamental theological argumentation social encyclicals, i tis also evaluated binding on biblical texts. The work was written to contribute to better understanding of the still relatively little known social doctrine of the Catholic Church and effective assistance to people in need. Keywords Curch - Catholic - social - science - encyclical - theological - foundations
Basic theological Resources of social Encyclicals
Halama, Martin ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
The main focust of this work is searching, sorting and commenting on basic theological part of the social encyclicals of the Catholic Church from the years 1891 to 2009 respectively. The paper first presents a brief synopsis of eleven encyclicals coming from six popes. From this chart below shows the broader historical context, and thus the circle of major societal problems to which they relate theological passages encyclicals. From the theological components are selected basic theological foundations. Thease are divided by the basic dimensions of the relationship between man and God are usually quoted, commented and put into perspective. The last chapter is compiled an overall picture of the fundamental theological argumentation social encyclicals, i tis also evaluated binding on biblical texts. The work was written to contribute to better understanding of the still relatively little known social doctrine of the Catholic Church and effective assistance to people in need. Keywords Curch - Catholic - social - science - encyclical - theological - foundations
Theological reflection: Relationship between Christian religion and phenomenons of alternative spirituality
Mužíková, Radka ; Bouma, David (advisor) ; Červenková, Denisa (referee)
The main purpose of the work is to theologically reflect a relationship between christianity and the selected phenomenons of alternative spirituality. Partial goal of this dissertation paper is a theological reflection of this relationship. Human being and its theological- anthropological base is a fundamental connection to this relationship. A uniting component is human dignity which structures an essential princip arising from revelation. The thesis reflects roots of human dignity and its relationship with Trinitarian God and christianity - and life without this bindings. For this purpose an interdisciplinary overlap to communication psychology is used - due to fact, that this model can be applied to revelation. Thanks to this communication model a proces of creating self-approach of person can be outlined and it opens a way to understand empirical perspective of alternativly spiritual followers. Using the model is good to understand the structure and its formation between christianity and alternative spirituality as well. This perspective can be helpful to gain a better view of inner structure of relationship of these phenomenons and its opportunities.
The Life and the Work of German Philospph and Theologian Klaus Hemmerle
Fiedler, Eduard ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "Between Freiburg and Aachen. The life and work of the German philosopher, theologian and bishop Klaus Hemmerle" presents for the first time to Czech readers a comprehensive theological biography of Klaus Hemmerle. On the one hand, this bachelor's thesis describes his lifetime, his childhood, the decision for the priesthood, his study and work at the University of Freiburg, his meeting with the Focolare Movement, and finally his long-standing episcopal ministry in Aachen. On the other hand, the author also tries to recognize in Hemmerle's life (bios) the theology, which is truly lived. Its main characteristic is the emphasis on the mystery of the Triune God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and the importance of this mystery for human life and for the philosophical quest for the meaning of being (Trinitarian ontology). But was Hemmerle's philosophical and pastoral endeavor successful? Do Hemmerle's life and work form a kind of unity based on the life (zóé) of Triune God? Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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