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Circumstances and Demandingness of Traveling in the Time of Jesus: An Analysis of Three Jesus' Journeys
Kopáč, Jan ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Větrovec, Pavel (referee)
This thesis deals to analyze the three well-known Jesus Christ's routes which are mentioned in the Gospels of the New Testament. The first part of the thesis there is a historical description of the person of Jesus Christ and his humanity. The second part contains a description of selected ways of the Jesus Christ' life. That is an escape to Egypt before Herod the Great. The next one describes the route from Jerusalem via Nazareth to Capernaum. The author of this thesis did a comparison of this path due to the different interpretation of the evangelists. The last chosen path is closing the Jesus' earthly life. It is a stretch of road from the Last Supper to Golgotha hill. The bachelor thesis tries to describe these routes from the physical-geographic difficulty at the time of writing the New Testament. The conclusion of this thesis contains a comparison of the results with the data contained in the New Testament. Keywords Jesus, Israel, routes, Jerusalem, Stations of the Cross, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Holy Bible, Apostles
Altruism in Biblical Texts and Philosophical and Religious Texts of China
Kříž, Martin ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Matějec, Tomáš (referee)
Altruism in Biblical Texts and Philosophical-Religious Texts of China Keywords Altruism, Old Testament, New Testament, Christianity, agape, social teaching of the church, secularism, atheism, sociobiology, Confucianism. The topic of this thesis is altruism as it is manifested in the texts of the Old and New Testaments, in the social doctrine of the Church and in Confucianism. Altruism is described as a very abstract concept that originated and came into use in a certain polemic against religious concepts, and attention is given to how further usage has blurred this polemical edge and how Christians themselves use it. The thesis compares the concept of altruism with the specific concepts of amor, eros, caritas and agape in the Christian tradition. The concept of altruism in the Western tradition of thought from Aguste Comte to contemporary sociobiologists is discussed. An excursus into Chinese culture shows an ethical system with different starting points. The social doctrine of the Church as a response to current problems and new currents of thought is presented from the late 19th century to the present.
Project Funding from EU financial resources
Medová, Veronika ; Brož, Jaroslav (referee) ; Koleňák, Jiří (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis Project Financing from EU Funds is the characteristics of the issue of raising funds for projects funded prom the EU. Theoretical part contains knowledge about project management and structural funds. The practical part includes prepare a feasibility study of the project. This project will be co-financed from EU Funds. In the end of the thesis is processed the whole procedure of submission the request.
The Kingdom of God in the Synoptic Gospels as an Object and Source of Hope
Sluka, Jiří ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Scarano, Angelo (referee)
The work has three main parts, one on the kingdom of God, one on hope, and one on the relationship between the kingdom of God and hope. The first part looks for all occurrences of the word "kingdom" in the New Testament and examines the differences between the terms "kingdom of God", "kingdom of heaven", and "kingdom of the Father". It then turns its attention to the meaning and content of the term kingdom of God. The section on hope presents historical and contemporary definitions of hope, types of hope according to psychological research of the last two decades, looks for the difference between the object and the source of hope, describes the specifics of Christian hope, and looks for reasons why the word "hope" does not appear in the Gospels. In the next section, the thesis defines 16 classes of statements about the kingdom of God in the Synoptic Gospels, categorizes each verse into groups, and evaluates them according to their relationship to hope. It locates and presents the principles, called the building blocks of Christian hope, that are based on the kingdom of God presented by Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels. It then draws from the results the benefits of hope for people in their efforts to enter the kingdom of God. The paper also presents some Gospel passages about the kingdom of God that...
The role of musical instruments in the cult of ancient Israel
Rais, Věra Zdislava ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Větrovec, Pavel (referee)
This thesis deals with the issue of musical instruments in the Bible. In the first part, it introduces the reader to the musical issues of prehistoric times and the ancient Orient. The music of the ancient Near East was perceived primarily by means of mathematics and in close connection with astronomy and religion. In the second part, it deals with the names of musical instruments and musical terms as they are mentioned in the Bible. Musical instruments are examined in this thesis practically exclusively from the point of view of religiosity, prophecy, establishment of the cult by Moses, Kings David and Solomon in the context of the surrounding cultures. The musical instruments, the kinnor and the shofar became a symbol of the sacred relationship to God and the freedom of the people of Israel, which is why more space is devoted to these instruments. The primary source is the Tanach, from which the author took the original Hebrew musical terms.
The coming of the Son of Man in the light of Matthew's Eschatological sermon (Matth 24-25)
Poppr, Vojtěch ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Matějec, Tomáš (referee)
The diploma thesis The coming of the Son of Man in the light of Matthew's Eschatological sermon (Matth 24-25) is composed of three chapters. The first chapter contains a synoptic comparison Jesus eschatological speeches in Matthew's Gospel with the eschatological speeches of other Synoptic authors. The second chapter contains an exegis of the whole of Matthew's eschatological speech (Mt 24-25), working with various commentaries on these chapters of Matthew's Gospel. The last third chapter builds on some of the findings of the previous chapter and deals directly with the central theme of this work, which is the coming of the Son of Man. After a short discussion of the christological title Son of man, this chapter digresses thematically to the area of mariology. But this digression is not an artificial insertion of the figure of the Virgin Mary into the theme of the coming of the Son of Man, because it arises from the text of the work itself, and from the thought processes contained in it.
Healing miracles in the Gospel of Matthew as a foreshadowing of Jesus' soteriology
Brejla, Pavel ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Scarano, Angelo (referee)
The thesis "Healing Miracles in the Gospel of Matthew, the Preface of Jesus' Soteriology" sets the task of briefly and clearly presenting Jesus' miracles of healing in the perspective of the post-Evangelical Jesus, as the evangelist Matthew writes about them. The introductory chapters are devoted to the individual miracles, which will be explained by a descriptive method, assess their technical side, their classification and storage within the framework of the Gospel as well as their content. The work then analyzes the individual miracles by the exegetic method, with an emphasis on the context of Jesus' forthcoming messianism. Jesus, through his miracles, presents the authority of the divine being, the Creator of heaven and earth, who has power over the laws of nature, but also over the diseases of death. The acts of healing are the messianic signs of the coming of the expected Jewish Messiah, the "wealthy king," who will deliver Israel from oppression. They attract the attention of John the Baptist, and Jesus presents to him the miracles of healing as proof of the fulfillment of the messianic expectation. In a separate chapter, the thesis analyzes the quote of the prophet Isaiah as presented by Matthew in Matthew 8,17. The evangelist sees the miracles here as a foreword to Jesus' soteriology, a...
The Narratives about Jesus' Healing of the Deaf and Blind in the Synoptic Gospels
Jurkulák, Petr ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Brož, Jaroslav (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of healing in the synoptic gospels. Illness and the suffering associated with it is a phenomenon that everyone encounters throughout their lives. We can look at illness and suffering from many different angles, and many scientific disciplines are studying this phenomenon. In my work, attention is focused on the meaning, meaning and perception of the disease from a human and theological point of view. The starting point of the work are excerpts from the synoptic gospels, which deal with the disease and the miraculous healing of the diseases of the human senses. Pericopes are divided according to the types of sensory impairments. Biblical events give us inspiration on how to perceive different life situations in accordance with God's purpose. These are model situations from which we draw lessons and inspiration in our life story. The introduction introduces the concepts of sin, suffering and illness from the perspective of the Old Testament and the New Testament. The next treatise then provides a view of the healing of the sick as a confirmation of the divinity of Jesus and the authenticity of Jesus' teaching. Healing by Jesus' disciples is also mentioned here. The main focus of the work is the exegesis of pericopes, ending with a summary of the main ideas of...
From the Law comes Slavery, from the Gospel Freedom (Gal 4:21-31)
Boháčik, Jaroslav ; Brož, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Matějec, Tomáš (referee)
The aim of the thesis "From the Law comes Slavery, from the Gospel Freedom: Galatians 4:21-31" is to provide a comprehensive interpretation of the allegorical pericope about Hagar and Sarah as representatives of two different covenants (Gal 4:21-31) in relation to the overall context and the theological message of Paul's letter. The introductory chapter deals generally with the letter of the apostle Paul to the Galatians with regard to its origin, reason and place of writing, addressees, key theological emphases and structure. The core part of this work is the linguistic and literary analysis of the above- mentioned pericope, including exegesis. This chapter takes a closer look at the rhetorical aspects and tools that Paul uses in the epistle, also with regard to contemporary tendencies in Judaism confronted with the Hellenistic world. It places the analysed pericope in the overall context of the letter to the Galatians and further reflects the intertextual dimension of the use of the story from the book of Genesis, including a direct quotation (Gn 21:10) and a reference to the book of the prophet Isaiah (Is 54:1). The meaning of the pericope is clarified by the immediately following verse (Gal 5:1), which is the key to its correct reading based on the Christian's freedom in Christ.

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