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Revivalist, historian, apologist Matěj Procházka (1811-1889)
Řeháková, Veronika ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee) ; Weis, Martin (referee)
in English The following work is about Matěj Procházka (1811-1889), an important figure of national and ecclesiastical life in Moravia in 19th century and a member of the circle around Professor František Sušil, the-so-called Sušilova družina. The detailed biography presented here is the result of historical research into resource materials from several different archives in Moravia. This work examines three main periods of Procházka's life. He spent his childhood and student years, firstly, in his native town of Brtnice, then in Jihlava and Brno. After ordination, he served as a priest for sixteen years in different parishes of Brno diocese. Then he lived in Brno for nearly forty years while working as a secondary grammar school teacher and catechist and being involved in different activities, such as the Czech national revival, Catholic associations, education, and especially, publishing. This work maps the importance of the personage of Matěj Procházka as seen by his contemporaries and by following generations up to the present. It also brings out the overall characteristics of this priest. A part of this study is a new and enlarged bibliography of Procházka's works, as writer, journalist, translator, reviewer, poet, and author of scientific and scholarly treatises. In his works, he covered a...
Christian motifs in the poetry of Jan Zahradníček
Vašková, Anna ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Houkal, Jan (referee)
Christian motifs in the poetry of Jan Zahradnicek Abstract The goal of this thesis is to capture development and change of religious motifs in poems of Jan Zahradnicek and reflect on them the phenomenon of faith in poet's life with respect to the life events that shaped it. The thesis tries to define basic spiritual thelogical starting points of Zahradnicek's poetry and to point out the relationship between literature and theology. The aim of this work is to find and examine the constant features and development of Zahradnicek's Christological reflection: biblical basis, christological images, incarnation, mystery of Jesus' life, theology of the cross and soteriology. Keywords Jan Zahradníček, Christology, Soteriology, Systematic theology, Theology and art
The Christological, soteriological and a anthropological motifs in the work Brothers Karazamovs of Dostojevskij
Hejdová, Ludmila ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Sládek, Karel (referee)
Thesis "The Christological, soteriological and relevant spiritual topics in the Dostoevsky Work The Brothers Karamazov" applies to the life and literary heritage of the Russian writer Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky, especially to his master piece The Brothers Karamazov. The novel summarizes the writer's life ideas which have matured throughout life. In this work, the emphasis is primarily put on finding and describing christological and soteriological features contained in the novel demonstrating the author's inner conviction and faith in Jesus Christ. The thesis also points to some spiritual themes, which are crucial in the literary work, such as human suffering and questions of faith and human freedom. Keywords Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov, christology, soteriology, spirituality, faith, freedom
Towards the trinitarian christology: Christological analysis of Klaus Hemmerle's writings in the context of his life and work
Fiedler, Eduard ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Houkal, Jan (referee)
The primary aim of this thesis "Towards the trinitarian christology: Christological analysis of Klaus Hemmerle's writings in the context of his life and work" is to concern the most important christological themes of Klaus Hemmerle's (1929-1994) philosophical and theological work. At the same time, in the context of author's life and work the debate over the way metaphysics and christology relate to each other will be taken into account. Hemmerle's most known essay "Theses for a Trinitarian Ontology" (Thesen zu einer trinitarischen Ontologie) deals with the problem of new genuinely christian trinitarian ontology. The christological assumptions of this approach will be discussed in our thesis.
Christrology and soteriology in the sermons of Dr.Ph. Josef Čeněk of Wartenburk (1765 - 1843)
Dörrová, Irena ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
With Dr. Ph Josef Čeněk of Wartenberk, auxiliary bishop in the Diocese of Hradec Králové, later of Salzburg, we find ourselves in the Austrian Empire, at the time of Josephinism, in a turbulent era of the first half of the nineteenth century. Josef Čeněk enters actively into the era of national revival, when it is possible for him to publish several volumes of his Sermons in Czech language, in order to shape believers and bring them to deeper knowledge of the Catholic faith. In this work, we follow his concept of Christology and Soteriology, how he understands the person of Jesus Christ and how he presents him to believers. Keywords: Josef Čeněk of Wartenberk; Christology; Soteriology; Jesus Christ; Sermons
HM in the Work of Lev XIIIth
Klekerová, Vlasta ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
The Bachelor's Thesis "Virgin Mary in the work of Leo XIII" Pope Leo XIII. went down in history not only for his proactive approach to the field of workers' issues and also to the development of the political organization of the modern world, but also as the "Rosary Pope", author of encyclicals aimed at Rosary. Pope Leo XIII looks at the figure of the Virgin Mary with a special focus on her actions in history. In the first chapter of his work we will observe the life of Gioacchino Pecci, elected to the pontificate in 1887 and adopted the name of "Leo XIII". We will outline the course of national and world history of his time. The second chapter presents the contents of the Rosary encyclicas and letters in which the Virgin Mary plays an important role. We willsummarize all the Marian titles used these texts. The third chapter introduces the reader to the document of The Pontifical International Marian Academy Mother of the Lord. Memory - Presence - Hope. On the basis of this document from the Jubilee Year of 2000, the mariological works of Leo XIII are reflected, when we are at the same time taking into account the demands of contemporary theological in Mariology and Marian devotion.
Resurrection of Jessus of Nazareth as a Question of Hermeneutics
Mašatová, Nina ; Lukeš, Jiří (advisor) ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (referee)
The thesis deals with the message of the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth, which is crucial for Christianity and its relevant hermeneutical approach. In the first chapter we analyze the contemporary hermeneutical context of the message within the Hellenistic and Hebrew cultures. In the second chapter we present an analysis of pre-Pauline faith confessions, Paul's texts and synoptic Gospels focused on targeted formulating of the message for respective communities and their cultural background. The last chapter wants to present some contemporary relevant hermeneutical approaches to this message. One of them could be the so called mythmaking, which emphasizes the necessity of permanent updating of accepted opinions, messages and realities. We can observe the mythmaking process already with the New Testament authors and each and also our generation is expected to bring the message about the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth to future generations in a relevant way. Powered by TCPDF (
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 (
The Creation as Sacrament in the Writings of Alexander Schmemann, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Jürgen Moltmann and its Value for the Contemporary Theological Thinking
Štursa, Lukáš ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Pospíšil, Ctirad Václav (referee) ; Machula, Tomáš (referee)
The Creation as Sacrament in the Writings of Alexander Schmemann, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Jürgen Moltmann and its Value for the Contemporary Theological Thinking. Annotation: This thesis focuses on the question how the christian theology understands the relation of man, creation and God in the situation of the environmental crisis. It explores the legacy of the three great thinkers of the 20th century - orthodox theologian and liturgist Alexander Schmemann, French paleontologist and jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and German theologian Jürgen Moltmann - to articulate how the christian approach to human and non- human creation looks like. Alleged views lead not only to intellectual understanding, but shape above all the basis for practical christian life and on the deeper level for the true spirituality of creation.

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