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20th Century Theologies of Play - Hugo Rahner and Jurgen Moltmann: Blind Alley
Lamser, Jan ; Noble, Ivana (advisor) ; Jandejsek, Petr (referee) ; Kaplánek, Michal (referee)
The aim of the present text is play and playing along all respective forms from the perspective of systematic theology. Two most comprehensive play theologiesas presented in the books Der Spielende Mensch by Hugo Rahner and Die Ersten Freigelassenen der Schöpfung by Jürgen Moltmann and connected writings are analysed. The analysis expands on the understanding of play as play and ensuing theological interpretations, as portrayed by both authors, in the context of their theological legacy, professional endeavours and historical circumstances relating to the time of inception of their respective play theologies. Such play theologies are outlined both on the general level and presented inparticular details and points of emphasis in terms of systematic theology. Sources of inspiration, direct motivations to engage in play theologies arepresented from the perspective of both respective theologians as well as thereception and impact of their writings. Consequently, a comparison of both play theologies is presented. Their compatibility is argued both on the level of key eschatological and soteriological conclusions as well as foundations emphasising freedom, joy and creativity as fundamental theological qualities of play. Attention is given to the theological understanding of human identity and human understanding...
May Little Children be Baptised?
Lamser, Jan ; Macek, Petr (referee) ; Štefan, Jan (advisor)
The Purpose of this writing is to address the issue of paedobaptism from the perspective of dogmatics. It contains an historical and confessional overview. It articulates the open issues and demonstarates, that so far no fundamentally balanced dogmatic reflection has been developed. Consequently, individual dogmatic views and positions have largely suffered from offering just partial perspectives. It seems critical to avoid such drawback while setting sound methodological background for such type of research. In the following sections an absence of a robust general methodology in the area of sacramentology is observed, an attempt to articulate key attributes of such metodology is presented, taking into account approaches taken so far. Such approaches are structurally analysed through metanarrative, research discipline, discours, argumentative logic. Finally, a practicable approach to deal with abundant available relevant theological material is proposed. Such an approach, if applied, might offer more holistic perspective on paedobaptism. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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