oaioai:invenio.nusl.cz:333434

The Kingdom of God and its theological connotations with focus on Jesus' teaching

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The thesis analyzes the "Kingdom of God" concept and integrates it into context of the Old and New Testaments, especially into Jesus' public teaching and ministry. Prior to theological analysis in the first chapter, sources are examined by textual criticism method: introduces traditions of particular scriptural and apocrypha sources, their authorship, cultural and linguistic implications and presents observations about their historicity. The second chapter analyzes the presence of topic in the Synoptic Gospels. It evaluates their specifics, the overall conception and usage of the term. In the third chapter, the "Kingdom of God" concept is incorporated in whole of the Jesus' teaching. The second part of the third chapter analyses the Sermon on the Mount, the Lord's prayer, and some of the Jesus' parables. The final fourth chapter presents some basic interpretative planes of the "Kingdom of God" concept in the history of Christian thought

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