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Christology in the Works of Cardinal Ján Chrysostom Korec
Rudinský, Tomáš ; Frývaldský, Pavel (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
Christology in the Works of Cardinal Ján Chrysostom Korec This bachelor thesis deals with the christological analysis of the literary work of cardinal John Chrysostom Korec. Christology is a part of dogmatic theology which, through Christological reflection, becomes the source and life of the Christian faith. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and research. The first part deals with the description of the context of the times in which cardinal Korec lived a significant part of his life and which influenced his work. In this part, the thesis presents a brief biography of cardinal Korec, including a short description of his literary works. This section is enriched by a brief overview of his work and the awards that John Ch. Korec received during his lifetime. The second part provides an overview and characterization of the Christological titles used by J. Ch. Korec in his work. Subsequently, the bachelor's thesis focuses on cardinal Korec's conception of the Incarnation and his grasp and interpretation of the mystery of the Messiah. The last part of the Christological analysis is a brief characterization of the theology of the cross and resurrection in Korec's work. For better understanding and clarity, the thesis concludes with a comprehensive summary of the Christology of John...
Rational reflection of faith in theology
Koch, Rudolf ; Salvet, Ondřej (advisor) ; Svoboda, David (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with theological reflection on the doctrine of the knowledge of the Christian faith. True knowledge is possible only with an understanding of the philosophical reason with which faith is interrelated. Reasonable thinking has its origins in the Greco-Roman wisdom of antiquity. The aim of the thesis is to describe theological teachings that deal with the search for truth from the time of ancient philosophy. The ancient books of the Old Testament describe, in the form of a distinction, the unity between the knowledge of faith and the intellectual knowledge of human truth. The fullness of truth has been perfected in the good news of Jesus and is accessible only in the light of faith. The main sources of faith are the testimonies of early christianity and the origin of the formulation of the confession of faith. The encyclical Fides et ratio, which is the primary source of this work, combines philosophy with theology. The study of philosophy is an essential part of theology and together they support the search for truth. Today's theological reflection emphasizes important aspects in matters of understanding the nature of man and the meaning of life. This truth is available only in the search for God, which is the culmination of every theological reflection. Keywords Word,...
Man is Adam, man is Christ: according to st. Augustine
Šavel, Tibor ; Vopřada, David (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
Annotation: This thesis will address the view of the state of man in paradise and the state of man at the moment of disobedience that occurred through an act of man's will contrary to the manifested will of the Creator communicated to the creature through reason and will. It will describe the condition of man who, through his incarnation, was accepted by the Son of God, namely Jesus Christ. This incarnation is a historical event and encourages man to follow the one who incarnated him. In doing so, man can participate in building the kingdom of God here on Earth. All this will be written according to the anthropology of St. Augustine, as described in his writing. Key words: man, disobedience, sin, will, freedom, healing, celebration
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.
The Question of the Natural Knowability of God in the Writings of Thomas Aquinas and its Reception by Selected Contemporary Authors
Řičař, Jiří ; Bouma, David (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
Bibliografická citace Otázka přirozené poznatelnosti Boha u Tomáše Akvinského [rukopis] : a její recepce u vybraných současných autorů : diplomová práce / Jiří Řičař ; vedoucí práce: David Bouma. -- Praha, 2016. -- 62 s. Abstract The thesis will be devoted to the possibility of knowing God in philosophical sense. Methodologically disregards the biblical revelation (revelatio) and Christian doctrine. Master student will present appropriate doctrine of Aquinas and tries to find its influences and forms in the works of contemporary philosophers of religion as R. Swinburne, R. Schaeffler and more. The aim of thesis is to express the doctrine of Thomas Aquinas in this area and evaluate its response and changes in the works of certain philosophers. Keywords Thomas Aquinas, Natural Theology, Natural Knowability of God, God's Attributes, Philosophy of Religion, Atheism
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
Possibilities to Reframe the Debate about the Status of Homosexual Unions: LGBT Examined
Konopásková, Hana ; Šmejdová, Barbora (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
This paper looks into why those actively opposing same-sex marriage are failing and emphasises the necessity to reshape the discussion going forward. Apart from pointing to underlying causes leading to the social changes epitomised in the redefinition of marriage, it will take a step back and assess the effectiveness of the classical argumentation in support of marriage. It is argued that those standing up against the LGBT offensive must be able to develop a much more informed and comprehensive strategy in that they improve their style and communicative effectiveness, broaden the context of the discourse, and shift its focal point. Chapter 1 reflects on the emergence of same-sex marriage and offers a brief analysis of week points of the counter-campaign. Chapter 2 reflects on the three dimensions in more detail: it outlines a more effective communication strategy; presents some consequences and of same-sex marriage and parallel development and finally establishes the concept of homosexuality as the foundational prerequisite for gay marriage. Chapter 3 examines the current normalisation paradigm of homosexuality from various perspectives. Following this, guidelines are proposed towards a more viable paradigm, inclusive of considering possible developments in the Catholic Church. Keywords...
JUDr. Emil Hácha - The fatal moments
Hnyková, Jana ; Svoboda, Cyril (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
1. Abstract The fateful moments put the duty of decision-making process to the players. They can not make no decision. Even an escape from the decision is an act. The player does not decide only on himself but his decision has a general impact. Historical experience can demonstrate the fact that history subsequently evaluates the actorś decision as if the actor had virtually preserved all the theoretical possibilities of decision-making process. The future judgement is influenced by external circumstances which can not be fully reflected in the time of the decision itself. The crucial theme of the thesis is to demonstrate an ethical dilemma on a particular example. It was Hacha's signature in Berlin, March 1939 that put the fate of our country into the hands of The Empire. The work will scrutinize on the basis of social and political ethics aspects president Hacha's possibilities of other solutions choice. A part of the work will be a general moral evaluation of Hácha's political activity and post- war responses to his acting.
Son of Mary in the basic sources of Islam
Kotek, Václav ; Bouma, David (advisor) ; Salvet, Ondřej (referee)
This thesis gives an overview of Jesus in the basic sources of Islam, the Qur'an and Sunnah. In a brief biography of Prophet Muhammad, it deals with the influence of Christians in his life. It follows the creation of the Qur'an and mentions some aspects of its doctrine. The thesis selects the Qur'anic verses about Christians and especially those which are related directly or indirectly to Jesus. It analyzes the meaning of the names, which the Qur'an assigns to Jesus. The selected Hadiths, in which some of the names of Jesus appear, are systematized into thematic areas. The thesis observe the role that this Islamic tradition assigns to him. It compares the differences between the view on Jesus in Islam and Christianity. It notes that there are different meanings in both religions under the same sounding names and titles of Jesus. The thesis brings reason why the image of Jesus in Islam is different. It shows whether the person of Jesus can be the object and starting point for interreligious dialogue. In conclusion, it offers the possibilities of inspiration for restoring Christian faith by Muslim Jesus.
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

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