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The Doctrine of Justification in the Work of N. T. Wright and Its Pastoral Applications
Jurčo, Pavol ; Macák, Marek (advisor) ; Staněk, Dalimil (referee)
This thesis called "The doctrine of Justification in the work of N.T. Wright and its pastoral applications" describes and analyzes a view of Wright on the Justification doctrine. The aim of this thesis is to infer the pastoral implications from this doctrine for the pastoral care in church. In the first part I will describe Wright's view on the doctrine in three contexts - forensic, covenantal and eschatological. After that I will present Wright's conclusions of his exegesis of the letter to Galatians. In the following chapter I will write about reactions and criticism that evaluates Wright's theology of justification. And in the end I will present pastoral implications of the doctrine and its influence for spiritual formation of Christian. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Differences in approaches in the pastoral care of people with homosexual tendencies between therapists Debra Hirsch, Mark A. Yarhous and other selected Czech authors
Krátká, Michaela ; Staněk, Dalimil (advisor) ; Staňková, Dana (referee)
This thesis is titled: Differences in approach in the pastoral care of people with homosexuality between therapists Debra Hirsch, Mark A Yarhouse and other selected Czech authors. Homosexuality is an age-old phenomenon that is widespread and widely discussed in today's society. In the church environment, homosexuality is considered a problematic phenomenon and different views and approach occur towards people with homosexuality. Sometimes these discussions are of a very explosive nature on church ground, as they touch traditional values in the view of God-created man and in the view of the authority of the Bible. Believers often experience an internal conflict between their homosexual and religious perceptions. Workers involved in the pastoral ministry for others should be able to reflect well on this phenomenon of homosexuality in the society and in the Church, and be able to help people who experience conflict associated to their sexual orientation. The authors mentioned above are known in the Czech church environment and the pastoral ministry, which certainly does not have enough experts in the field of care for people with homosexuality. With these selected authors, I am mainly interested in their concept of homosexuality in the lives of people, and their approach towards people with...
Forgiveness and reconciliation as the chosen basis for dealing with relationship infidelity
Lisá, Nela ; Staněk, Dalimil (advisor) ; Staňková, Dana (referee)
Bachelor thesis deals with proces of forgiveness and reconciliation as the chosen basis for dealing with relationship infidelity. The first part is aimed to explain the theoretical basis and definitions of the basic concepts as marriage, it's definition, historical development and todays' forms. Furthermore, the notion of infidelity, its development and occurrence in history and present is defined. The process of forgiveness is first theoretically defined and described in this work, and then, through a particular model, used in practical application in dealing with the relationship infidelity. In the literature, the process of reconciliation is built next to the process of forgiveness, not as a part of it. In this work it is done the same way because of the fundamental difference between forgiveness and reconciliation. Forgiveness is the process of changing negative emotions, thoughts and behaviors toward the person who caused the injury. The reconciliation process is about re-establishing the relationship between the victim and the transgressor, but this may not always be desirable for many reasons. In this work, the process of reconciliation is again applied in the form of a concrete model of reconciliation in the solution of the already mentioned marital conflict.
The Doctrine of Justification in the Work of N. T. Wright and Its Pastoral Applications
Jurčo, Pavol ; Macák, Marek (advisor) ; Staněk, Dalimil (referee)
This thesis called "The doctrine of Justification in the work of N.T. Wright and its pastoral applications" describes and analyzes a view of Wright on the Justification doctrine. The aim of this thesis is to infer the pastoral implications from this doctrine for the pastoral care in church. In the first part I will describe Wright's view on the doctrine in three contexts - forensic, covenantal and eschatological. After that I will present Wright's conclusions of his exegesis of the letter to Galatians. In the following chapter I will write about reactions and criticism that evaluates Wright's theology of justification. And in the end I will present pastoral implications of the doctrine and its influence for spiritual formation of Christian. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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