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Charity as the fundamental characteristic of the Christian behaviour. New Testamental perspective
Mlčoch, Jan ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Scarano, Angelo (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of "Mercy from the point of view of the New Testament". By the method of analysis of each relevant pericope - from the canonical Gospels and the letters of the Apostles Paul and James - and by pointing out the importance of the theme in the teaching of the last three Popes, the aim of this thesis is to highlight the importance and urgency of mercy in the context of present complex and turbulent times. The thesis tries to demonstrate that mercy among men is asked for by God the Creator himself and by his Son the Redeemer and Saviour. Closely related to mercy are the themes of forgiveness, grace, love and justice. Mercy is a fundamental characteristic of God's action and remains an imperative for action among men here on earth. The future on this earth is strongly dependent on upholding the values that mercy brings with it. Keywords Mercy, God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son of God, forgiveness, compassion, grace, love, pontificate, encyclical.
Biblical Grounds for Ethically Responsible Approach to the Acceptance of Strangers
Štica, Petr ; Rethmann, Albert-Peter (referee) ; Ryšková, Mireia (referee)
7 Summary The submitted rigorous thesis (Biblical Grounds for Ethically Responsible Approach to Acceptance of Strangers) describes biblical view on the question of receiving strangers. The text·is constituted by the presentation of basic biblical texts to the given topic, including their brief exegesis and interpretation, by the synthesis of fundamental biblical theological views and conclusions, and introduction of relevant biblical anthropological topics related to biblical theology of creation (above all the human dignity and the idea of "totus orbis" - i. e. the universalist idea of humankind unity). Since the presented reflection can be used in the theological ethical reflection of the phenomenon, the introducing chapter submits basic methodological notes related to the nexus ofbiblical hermeneutics and Christian social ethics. Key words: stranger alien foreigner Bible acceptance of strangers ethics 106
Three voices, one of which is Paul's
Sabir, Adam Hemen ; Ryšková, Mireia (referee)
The main question of the text is to explore what concern that is at the center of the arguments in the Corinthian debate surrounding food sacrificed to idols? To be able to answer the question we apply a new method to the text to reach the various positions in Corinth. The objective of this present text is therefore to provide a textual division which in the latter part of my dissertation (of which this paper is a chapter) is exegetically interpreted and further contextualized as to its central argumentation. Hlavní otázkou textu je prozkoumat, jaké obavy jsou středem argumentů v korintské debatě o jídle obětovaném modlám? Abychom byli schopni odpovědět na otázku, aplikujeme na text novou metodu, abychom dosáhli různých pozic v Korintu. Cílem tohoto předkládaného textu je proto poskytnout textové členění, které je ve druhé části mé disertační práce (jehož je tato práce kapitolou) exgeticky interpretováno a dále kontextualizováno, pokud jde o jeho ústřední argumentaci.
The Eschatological Meaning of Jesus' Resurrection
Dosoudil, Jiří ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Heryán, Ladislav (referee) ; Roskovec, Jan (referee)
The Eschatological Meaning of Jesus' Resurrection (PhD dissertation) Jiří Dosoudil Abstract: The dissertation examines the biblical concept of the resurrection of Jesus. In particular biblical texts, it examines its meaning and how it relates to the last things of man, the world and its history. It traces where the resurrection of Jesus is mentioned in the New Testament and subjects the prominent passages to detailed exegetical analysis. To be able to read the biblical discourse on the resurrection in the appropriate cultural-religious context, it also provides an overview beforehand of how it is anchored in Old Testament ideas about human post-mortem existence and the life-giving power of God. Related but distinct ideas of contemporary paganism are also explored. The work points out significant or recurring moments in the texts it interprets. In a final reflection, it assesses their significance, puts them in context, and shows that the concepts of the resurrection of Jesus and the resurrection of all believers are related to the Old Testament hope of redeeming God, working on behalf of man in all circumstances. It especially points to the motif of exercising his power, in which the study finds the basis for the eschatology of Jesus' resurrection. It shows that in the eschatological implications of Jesus'...
The person of the Lamb in the Book of Revelation and its Old Testament prototypes
Rychetský, Pavel ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Scarano, Angelo (referee)
The thesis focuses on the representation of Christ as a Lamb in the Book of Revelati- on. The first chapter briefly states into the genre of the book and introduces its author, time and place of creation. The second chapter similarly briefly summarizes the main Old Testament sources, describes how John follows prophet tradition and, in a separate section, deals with Christological titles that have their foreshadow in the Old Testament and among which Christ presented as the Lamb has a prominent place. The following two chapters are the core of the thesis. First, it is an exegesis of the passages in which the Lamb person appears; related verses are also incorporated into the interpretation as needed. The following chapter deals with the individual titles and images that are told about Christ the Lamb in the Book of Revelation, their Old Testament prefigures and the interpretation of these images by the author of the Book of Revelation. Keywords Book of Revelation, Lamb, christological titles, Old Testament allusions, prophet tradi- tion
John 1:1-18 as the Key to the Gospel according to John
Bogarová, Martina ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Scarano, Angelo (referee)
UNIVERZITA KARLOVA KATOLICKÁ TEOLOGICKÁ FAKULTA Katedra biblických věd a starých jazyků Martina Bogarová Jan 1,1-18 jako klíč k Evangeliu podle Jana Bakalářská práce Vedoucí práce: doc. PhDr. Dr. Mireia Ryšková Praha 2022 Prohlášení 1. Prohlašuji, že jsem předkládanou práci zpracovala samostatně a použila jen uvedené prameny a literaturu. 2. Prohlašuji, že práce nebyla využita k získání jiného titulu. 3. Souhlasím s tím, aby práce byla zpřístupněna pro studijní a výzkumné účely. V České Lípě dne 20. 8.2022 Martina Bogarová Bibliografická citace Jan 1,1-18 [rukopis] : jako klíč k Evangeliu podle Jana : bakalářská práce / Martina Bogarová ; vedoucí práce: doc. PhDr. Dr. Mireia Ryšková Praha, 2022. -- 57 s. Anotace Bakalářská práce "Jan 1,1-18 jako klíč k Evangeliu podle Jana" postupně rozkrývá historický kontext a postavení janovské obce v době sepsání evangelia a vlivy okolních myšlenkových proudů a náboženských systémů na způsob Janovy výpovědi. Vymezuje pojmy Logos, Světlo, Moudrost a uvádí je do souvislostí. Popisuje terminologické a myšlenkové souvislosti se Starým zákonem i synoptickými evangelii, paralely a rozpory s esénskou naukou, židovskou apokalyptikou, gnózí a dalšími proudy. Literární forma Prologu a stavba Evangelia podle Jana je uchopena jako vzájemně provázaný systém. Vyvrcholením studijní...
Christ's Sacrifice: a Paradigm of Life as the True Worship
Sluková, Jana ; Ryšková, Mireia (advisor) ; Matějec, Tomáš (referee)
The aim of the work is to present Christ's sacrifice as an example and model for the Christian life on the basis of the study of biblical texts. The thesis is divided into chapters, the first of which discusses what a sacrifice is, what it is for, what its character may be, and how worship in the Old and New Testaments is related to the offering of sacrifice. The second chapter focuses on Old Testament sacrifices, the development of sacrificial rites, the handling of sacrificial gifts, and explains the meaning of sacrifices offered to God in the Old Testament. The third chapter gives attention to the prefigurations of Christ's sacrifice in the Old Testament, and the fourth deals in detail with Jesus' sacrifice, which begins with his incarnation and culminates in his death on the cross. The fifth chapter looks to the New Testament letters and psalms for concrete ways to follow Jesus in daily life. Christ is the pattern and image after which man was created. He took on human flesh to serve people and to show them in himself what a life focused on the good of others looks like. The Christian is called to follow Christ and has a chance to do so the more deeply he understands the meaning of his sacrifice. This is what the work seeks to contribute to.
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...

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