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Studia theologica Debrecinensis2017/1.





  • Németh Áron :
    Hatalom és hatalomnélküliség a Zsoltárok könyvében21-27 [210.47 kB - PDF]EPA-02519-00012-0040

    Abstract: Macht und Ohnmacht im Psalter Macht und Machtlosigkeit sind nicht nur als Themen im Psalter zu erkennen, sondern gelten auch als wichtige Elemente der theologischen Gesamtkonzeption des Buches. Die vorliegende Studie gibt eine kurze Zusammenfassung darüber, wie die verschiedenen Psalmen, bzw. Psalmengruppen Macht (1-2.) und Ohnmacht (3.) thematisieren, und untersucht die Frage, inwiefern diese Themen das theologische Eigenprofil des Psalters bestimmen (4.).

    Összefoglaló: A hatalom, illetve hatalomnélküliség nemcsak mint téma, de akár mint koncepció is meghatározónak tűnik a Zsoltárok könyvében. Jelen tanulmányban elsőként a hatalom pozitív ábrázolásával (1), a hatalom negatív ábrázolásával (2), valamint a hatalomnélküliség témájával foglalkozunk (3). Ezt követően arra a kérdésre keressük a választ, hogy a hatalom és hatalomnélküliség mennyiben határozza meg a Zsoltárok könyve egészének teológiai üzenetét (4).

  • Hodossi Sándor :

    Abstract: The study evaluates the Hungarian data of the volume of essays and studies published in 2015, which closed the second phase of international confirmation researches. As the majority of confirmands growing up within the framework of a secular society have very little preliminary knowledge of faith, the previous knowledge to build on is lacking. According to the constructivist view, pre-existant patterns of thinking provide the basis of the learning process. That is why the preliminary assessment of the students’ way of thinking and their inner world is important.

  • Paczári András :
    Szőlő- és borkultúra az ókori Mezopotámiában36-50 [262.22 kB - PDF]EPA-02519-00012-0060

    Abstract: The domestication of vine in Mesopotamia started around the fourth or third millennia. The Northern and Southern parts of the land had different characteristics. Upper-Mesopotamia had a more thriving viticulture than Lower Mesopotamia due to the more favorable climate. In the North, winemaking was the primary purpose of vine growing, while in the Southern territories, viticulture was almost entirely lacking in wine. Even in the more prosperous regions, wine was always a precious and expensive beverage. Therefore, similarly to Egypt, wine did not become the drink of the common people. It was only accessible for the rulers and the royal court. Barley beer was the general alcoholic beverage. Even the elite drank more beer than wine. Both drinks played an important role in the religious life, but wine had greater religious significance since it was rarer and more valuable. Wine-sacrifices were part of the temple cult, and the priesthood had control over the majority of the vineyards. Though, in certain stories, drunkenness is associated with the loss of divine power or the imperfection of the creation, wine mostly appears in a positive context in the Mesopotamian myths. Wine can be a symbol of divine presence, human civilization, and most prominently, fertility and rejuvenation.

  • Inocent-Mária V. Szaniszló :

    Abstract: At a time when certain radical circles are trying to assure the right of women to terminate their own pregnancy in the Charter of Human Rights, possibly again and again in the European Parliament, and overall, to redefine the very meaning of family, you may want to refer to the understanding of human rights by the Catholic Social Doctrine and other long-valid ethical theories. For our discourse, it is first necessary to clarify the relationship between human rights and human dignity and subsequently their interlocking relationship with the rights of the person itself. This paper hopes to clarify the Catholic Church‘s relation to the issue of human dignity and human rights so that their understanding and appreciation would be a positive impact on the development of a just society.



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