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Ostrava : University of Ostrava, 2013
156 s. ; 25 cm

ISBN 978-80-7464-317-0 (brož.)
Na obálce nad názvem: University of Ostrava, Pedagogical Faculty, Department of Civic Education
Nad názvem: Universitas Ostraviensis, Facultas Paedagogica
Projekt "I-I-I" (Inovace - Interdisciplinarita - Integrace), CZ.1.07/2.2.00/15.0022
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 137-143, bibliografické odkazy a rejstříky
České, německé a polské resumé
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Introduction ...9 // 1 Beginnings of Christianity ...11 // 1.1 Jesus Christ ... 11 // 1.2First Christian congregations and the establishment of the Church ...12 // 1.3 The Church and religious communities ...14 // 1.4 First Christians in our territory... 14 // 2 Medieval Church ...17 // 2.1 Arrival of the Slavs in Bohemia ...17 // 2.2 The character of Slavic paganism ...17 // 2.3 Christian missionary work ...19 // 2.4 Nations of Central Europe and Christianity... 20 // 2.5 Great Moravia...21 // 2.5.1 Constantine and Methodius... 22 // 2.6 The Church in Czech Lands from the 9th century until the beginning of the 14th century... 23 // 3 // Reformation Attempts in the Middle Ages ...27 // 3.1 The Waldensians ...27 // 3.2. Cathars ...29 // 3.3. Catholic reaction ...30 // 3.4. The Church in the time of Charles IV and Wenceslaus IV. Hus’s predecessors ...31 // 3.5 Reformer Master John Hus ...32 // 4 Religion in Modern Times and the Birth of Modern Civil Society ...35 // 4.1 The Reformation and Reformation movements in Europe ...35 // 4.1.1 Martin Luther (1483-1546)...36 // 4.1.2 John Calvin (1509-1564)...38 // 4.2 Czech Lands at the beginning of the modern times...39 // 4.3 Revival of the Catholic Church... 40 // 4.4 // Traditional Evangelical Churches in the Czech Lands in the period of tolerance ...40 // 4.5 New European revived religious movements ...43 // 4.6. Religion in the period of the creation of civil society... 44 //
5 Churches and Religious Societies in Inter-war Czechoslovakia ...47 // 5.1 Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia ...47 // 5.2 Evangelical Church after the establishment of Czechoslovakia...49 // 5.2.1 The beginnings of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren and the Czechoslovak Church ...49 // 5.2.2 Foundation of the German Evangelical Church ...50 // 5.2.3 Polish Evangelicals in Czieszyn Silesia ...50 // 6 The State Policy Towards the Traditional Churches in Czechoslovakia between 1945 and 1956 ...57 // 6.1 The Churches in the period of limited democracy (1945-1948)... 58 // 6.2 The Churches at the beginning of the communist regime (1948-spring 1949) ...62 // 6.3 The new state-church policy (spring 1949-1956) ...63 // 6.3.1. The “Catholic Action”... 63 // 6.3.2 State surveillance of the Churches - State Office for Church Affairs // 6.3.3 State approval... 64 // 6.3.4 Culminating persecution - monstrous processes and liquidation of monastic orders ...65 // 6.3.5 Restricted religious education at schools... 65 // 6.3.6. Liquidation of the Greek Catholic Church and other actions ...66 // 6.3.7 Restricted theological studies ...65 // 7 Non-dominating Religious Groups and Sects in Post-war Czechoslovakia...67 // 7.1 The “minority within the minority” — non-dominating groups within the traditional Churches...69 // 7.1.1 Missionary activities inside the Silesian Evangelical Church ...70 //
7.1.2 The New Orientation within the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren ...71 // 7.1.3 The “silent churches” within the Catholic ChurCh ...72 // 7.2 The “legal sectarians" - new religious communities ...72 // 7.2.1 Adventists... 73 // 7.2.2 The Unity of Czech Brethren ...74 // 7.3 Sects ...75 // 7.3.1 The sects “elevated” to Churches in 1956 ... 77 // 7.3.2 Minor persecuted groups...78 // 7.3.3 Jehovah’s Witnesses... 79 // 8 Churches in the Period of De-Stalinisation, the Spring of Prague and the Normalisation (1956 -1989) ...81 // 8.1 The traditional Churches ... 81 // 8.2 Disputes within the Unity of Czech Brethren ...82 // 8.3 The “normalisation” period (1968-1989)... 84 // 9 Churches and Religious Congregations in the Czech Republic after 1989 ...87 // 9.1 A survey of registered Churches and religious associations ...88 // 9.1.1 The Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic... 89 // 9.1.2 The Roman Catholic Church... 96 // 9.1.3 The Greek Catholic Church... 97 // 9.1.4 The Old Catholic Church in the Czech Republic... 98 // 9.1.5 The Orthodox Church in the Czech Lands and Slovakia... 99 // 9.1.6. The Czechoslovak Hussite Church ...100 // 9.1.7 The Moravian Church (Unitas Fratrum )... 101 // 9.1.8. The Silesian Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Czech Republic... 102 // 9.1.9 The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Czech Republic... 102 // 9.1.10 The Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Czech Republic ...103 //
9.1.11 The Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren ...103 // 9.1.12 The Baptist Union in the Czech Republic ...104 // 9.1.13 Evangelical Methodist Church ...105 // 9.1.14 Evangelical Brethren Church ...105 // 9.1.15 Apostolic Church in the Czech R epublic ...106 // 9.1.16. New Apostolic Church in the Czech Republic ...107 // 9.1.17. The Seventh-day Adventist Church ...107 // 9.1.18. Christian Congregations ...108 // 9.1.19. RelIgious Society of Czech Unitarians...108 // 9.1.20 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ...109 // 9.1.21 Jehovah’s Witnesses ...109 // 9.2 Legislative changes concerning the Churches...110 // Final Summary... 113 Shrnutí ...119 Zusammenfassung ...125 Streszczenie... 131 Used literature ... 137 Name Index ...145 Place-name Index ...149 Subject Index ...153

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