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Corporality is Gods gift
Kubeš, Jiří ; Pařízek, Michal (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
In the following work I try to grasp the theme of body and corporeality as a gift in Christian conception. Thus, in its first chapter, the work itself will go from the basic presentation of the polarity human body and spirit, the sacrament of the body and its conception as a body created according to the image of God. Thus, the reader will be able to look into the sacramental dual unity in man, the unity of the body and the soul that is desired and desired by God, and who is eternal in God. The second chapter, following the introduction of the body as an inseparable part of man, will elaborate the given theme of creation of the body to a greater depth to the conception of the created body as a gift. Here, the compilation offers the reader even greater insight into the mystery of the body through the Christian perception of the gift. The character and purpose of the gift then eventually distributes the work in its third chapter, existing with the consensus of the previous chapters, by approaching human corporeality and body through one single pattern, which is the body of Christ. On Christ's body, labor shows that, following Christ and the Church, coming out of this body, man in his body is called to the same path, that is, the path corresponding to the path of Jesus Christ. Key words Body,...
Man from the Bible perspective and holistic concept of Social work
Apatsidu, Markéta ; Heryán, Ladislav (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis tries to describe the personality of a man from the perspective of biblical anthropology and the resulting need for a holistic approach of helping professions to clients of all target groups of social work. It is based primarily on Genesis, which focuses on two messages of human creation. It shows how both messages are reflected in the Bible as a whole. The first chapter, in addition to the messages of creation, describes the individual aspects of human being, which are body, soul, spirit and heart. It emphasizes that man is a holistic being according to the Bible. Man is the body, man is the soul, man is the spirit, not that man has got the body, the soul and the spirit. Therefore every man must feed all aspects of his personality, otherwise he suffers. And here is the space for holistic social work. The topic of the contribution of biblical anthropology for social work is discussed in the second chapter of this bachelor thesis. It also wants to show that even to social workers who do not claim any religion can help the Bible to shape their personal spirituality and approach to clients. It also mentions the terms of moral autonomy and conscience as a necessary prerequisite for the ethically proper conduct of a social worker.
Guilt and reconciliation in families caring for a disabled child
Brveníková, Kristýna ; Martinek, Michael (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis within pastoral-social confines deals treats a subject of guilt and reconciliation in a specific milieu of the families taking care of the child with disability. From a psychotherapeutical point of view the thesis focuses on creation of guilt and its mechanism of action as well as on the factors influencing reconciliation and its role as a currative action. From a pastoral point of view, the thesis I observes mainly a spiritual dimension of both themes in the context of families taking care of the child with disability and covers the assessment a of a handicap in a Christian society. The thesis is composed of theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part of the thesis points out a theological concept of the guilt and reconciliation and clarifies how, from the psychoterapheutical point of view, the both motifs affect the experiencing of families taking care of child with handicap; in this part I have been used a specialised literature as a source of the knowledge. The practical part analyses, on a base of the theoretical parts elements, adequate case reports and outlines possible means of the pastoral worker's intervention. For the purposes of the practical part I have been used the notes of my own practise and of the practise of my colleauges. Keywords pastoral care guilt...
Organizational Culture of the Congregation of Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren
Michalová, Alžběta ; Baštecká, Bohumila (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
1 Summary The Organizational Culture of the Local Congregation of The Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren. The goal of this thesis is to describe and map the local congregation of Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren from viewpoint of its organizational culture, this perspective makes it possible to understand possible conflicts and prospects of those conflicts within the Evangelical church - its functional units. The theoretical part brings the definitions and meaning of the organizational culture, which are mostly rooted in anthropology. Further it focuses on characterisation, of the church and congregation in terms of their interconnection. In the methodological part, qualitative research methods are used, more precisely six in-depth interviews with six respondents, members of the congregation. Here the perspective of the organizational culture describes the congregation environment and draws near the possible conflict between fundamental values.
Relationship between social and pastoral work
Dvořáčková, Darina ; Milfait, René (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis aims to introduce social work and pastoral work and then to compare them on the basis of their main paradigms. The first part is focused on social work. It deals briefly with its history and then it is presented as a human-rights profession with its main principles and goals according to its most important documents. The second part gives an overview of pastoral work. It clarifies the significance of theological ethics and represents the social doctrine of the Church with its basic principles according to relevant church documents. The third part is devoted to the search for interconnection of social and pastoral work. It focuses on their common ethical dimensions, which are human rights, dignity, justice, solidarity. It offers a view of the possibilities of their mutual dialogue, aiming at mutual enrichment for meaningful cooperation and support of the workers of both professions. At the end of the thesis, a brief summary and evaluation of the thesis goal appears. The appendices include the Ethical Code of Social Workers of the Czech Republic and the International Ethical Code of Social Work. Keywords Social work, pastoral work, human rights, solidarity, human dignity, justice
Synod on the family
Kůdelová, Marie ; Jandejsek, Petr (advisor) ; Martinek, Michael (referee)
Zusammenfassung/Summary Die Bakkalaureusarbeit mit dem Titel "Synode über die Familie - die pastorelle Voranmeldungen für die zeitgenössische Familie" nähert die auf der Bischöfsynode der römisch-katholischen Kirche in Jahren 2014 und 2015 besprochenen Themen an. Sie erklärt die Stellung der katholischen Kirche zu den aktuellen Fragen, die die Familie in der heutigen Gesellschaft betreffen. Die Autorin beschreibt zuerst die Entwicklung der Familie in europäischen Bedingunden und zeigt manche Riffe, mit dieser Entwicklung verbunden. Daran bindet sie die Vorstellung den kirchlichen Dokumente an, die im Zusammenhang mit der außerordentlichen und ordentlichen Synode über die Familiepubliziert wurden. Der abschließende Teil resümiert Reflexionen den Laien und auch den Fachleute aus der tschechischen Umgebung und formuliert manche pastorelle Blicke. Die Ergebnisse der Arbeit zeigen, daß gläubige Familien brauchen, von der Kirche ein echtes Interesse für ihre Situation zu empfinden. Der Blick auf die Familie in der Lehre der römisch-katholischen Kirche weist den Fortschritt insbesondere im Bereich der Pastoration den geschiedenen Personen aus. Die Autorin der Arbeit meint, daß ein entgegenkommender Zutritt zu den Leuten, die die Kirche noch vorhin für exkommuniziert gehalten hat, ist der Weg der Evangelisation.
Man is a creature of God
Henčlová, Monika ; Halama, Jindřich (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee)
Člověku s těžkou nemocí nebo umírající je pořád člověk, lze k němu přistupovat jako k rušivému elementu, znepokojivému faktu nebo k ohrožení, nebo raději k neviditelnému, neexistujícímu. Někdy také jako k neštěstí. V lepším případě jako k objektu péče, případně soucitu. Prožijeme-li však plně setkání s tímto člověkem, máme příležitost zaslechnout výzvu, kterou nás Bůh, k jehož obrazu jsme stvořeni, volá k solidaritě spolulidství, k sebedarování, sdílení a doprovázení se na cestě k němu. Man with severe illness or dying, it is still a person, be it approached as a disruptive element, a worrying fact or danger, or rather to an invisible, non-existent. Sometimes as a disaster. In better as if the object of care or compassion. We spend the not fully meeting with this man, we have the opportunity to hear a challenge to our God, whose the image we are created, calling for solidarity spolulidství, the self-giving, sharing and accompaniment on the journey towards him.

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