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Man being God in the conception of Comenius
Juhaščiková, Daniela ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (referee)
JUHAŠČIKOVÁ, Daniela: Man being God in the conception of Comenius [Záverečná práce] / Daniela Juhaščiková - Univerzita Karlova v Praze. Husitská teologická fakulta; - Supervisor: ThDr. Kamila Veverková, ThD. - Degree. Magistr.- Praha: HTF UK, 2011. s. 71. The work Man being God in the conception of Comenius si about Comenius view to man. The purpose of my research was to find out in his literacy his opinion to man like Image of God. This work was about man position in frnot of God. What is purpose of human being. And if man still have rights to have image of God altohough we are siners. The results of my research, that I find out Comenius pricips. Princip of moving in relation to centre, and second princip is harmony. This two princips have Gods creations, only when they are in relationship with Him. And also people are able to be on Image of God when they are in relationship with Him. Keywords Man - Creation- God - Comenius - Whole - Being - The purpose of being - Harmony - Restitution.
Saladin and Richard the Lion-Heart - what divides and what unites them
Hromas, Jakub ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (referee)
The third crusade could be likened to a chess game, taking place between the English King Richard I and the Muslim Sultan Saladin. The game that eventually ended in stalemate because neither Richard nor Saladin were able to gain an advantage over his opponent, which would lead to the final turn. The attitudes of both men were very different and this is obviously reflected in their ruling and military capabilities. The question which therefore arises is, how were Richard I and Saladin linked? The answer is simple. The King of England and the Muslim Sultan were on a larger scale linked with a right to the Holy Land and in the narrow scale to Jerusalem. If we try to understand Saladin and Richard we must focus on the period in which they lived, the situation in the Holy Land and minds of Christians and Muslims. This goal is also subject to the methodology of the work, descriptive method with contextual analysis and structure of the thesis were chosen.
Saint Zdislava of Lemberk and Saint Elizabeth of Hungary
Macháčková, Markéta ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (referee)
The work presents the life of both saints Zdislava and Elizabeth of Thuringia, and also the external context, which largely affected their lives. Saints are described here in their wide range, both through our history and the history of European nations. The structure's work corresponds to a defined plan. The first chapter deals with the contemporary background and major events that occurred just before their birth and their lives. The following two chapters depict Zdislava own and Elizabeth's life, their work. The next chapter describes the work of saints in the social field. The fifth chapter is devoted to a comparison of the two saints with Saint Agnes. The last chapter contains evaluation figures Zdislava and Elizabeth of Thuringia and their significance for today. The concept of the work is based on the conviction that the stereotypes describing the lives of the saints can be overcame. The author seeks a new perspective on the work and life of both saints - Zdislava and Elisabeth. Keywords: Zdislava of Lemberk, Elisabeth of Hungary, the period of High Middle Ages, saintess, mendicant orders, hospital care, social work, lay piety
the problem of unpardonable sin in the new testament
Hanes, Timotej ; Liguš, Ján (advisor) ; Veverková, Kamila (referee)
HANES, Timotej: The problem of the unpardonable sin in the ew Testament, pneumatologico - hamartological view. [Master thesis] / Timotej Hanes. - Charles University in Prague. Hussite Theological Faculty; - Supervisor: Prof. ThDr. Ján Liguš, PhD. - Degree: Master. - Prague : HTF UK, 2011. 91 p. The thesis discusses the problem of the unpardonable sin on the based on the text from Matthew 12:31-32. Its goal is to give the reader a better grasp of this problem and to be able to create his own opinion about it. It tries to accomplish the goal by offering as accurate picture of the perception the New Testament books authors had on this problem as possible using a detailed exegesis of the text mentioned above. In the second part, the thesis compares the results of the exegesis with the perception various important people of Christian history had on the unpardonable sin. In the empirical part, the thesis studies what this perception is among Christians these days and it tries to suggest some changes, that could contribute to conforming this perception to the biblical one as much as possible. Key words: the unpardonable sin, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, exegesis, biblical view
Church views on euthanasia in the Czech Republic
Mlýnková, Kristýna ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Veverková, Kamila (referee)
This Master's thesis named "Approaches of Czech Churches towards Euthanasia" studies the topic of euthanasia through position papers of four selected churches active in the Czech Republic. The four examined churches are Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia, Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, and Czechoslovak Hussite Church whereas documents published by ecumenical panels are studied as well. The goal of the thesis is to create a statement overview of these four churches. First, the work introduces the topic itself, explains basic terms and development of different approaches. Second, it analyses position papers of examined churches which are subsequently compared in order to find the aspects which are common to the all four churches.
Basics of Business ethics according to Synoptic gospels
Masarik, Miloš ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (referee)
Thesis: Basics of Business ethics according to Synoptic gospels deals with biblical answares for current issues of business ethics. Its goal is to find and explain biblical texts which contain answares for problems defined by business ethics. Deductions gained by this process are systematized in categories of dogmatics. Thesis is compound of five chapters according to five main topics of Business ethics: Enterprise, Marketing, Management ethics, Accounting and Environmental issues. In each chapter there is firstly defined its basic problem, than exegetical basis followed exegesis and finally systematical structure of exegetical deductions. This last chapter contains biblical answares for current issues of business ethics.
Puritanism and the vision of worship in marriage according to Richard Baxter's Christian Directory
Brádňanská, Zuzana ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (referee)
The diploma thesis "Puritanism and the Vision of Worhip in Marriage according to Richard Baxter's Christian Directory" deals with the historical view of the revival movement of puritanism, which was a part of the Anglican church in the 16th and 17th centuries. The first chapter evaluates its historical framework by means of a gradual analysis of its origins, development and spread of puritanism, as well as its main aims and stresses. The second chapter introduces the life of Richard Baxter, the particularities of his age, his peculiarity of thoughts and his literary work. The third chapter concentrates on a short section of the work Christian Directory which deals with the roles of marriage partners and with an instruction, how to worship God through these roles. This work aims to contribute in an adequate way to the views of puritanism and Richard Baxter, its best known representative.

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