|Course title||Ecumenical Theology|
|Organizational form of instruction||Lecture|
|Level of course||Master|
|Year of study||2|
|Number of ECTS credits||4|
|Language of instruction||Czech, English|
|Status of course||Compulsory|
|Form of instruction||unspecified|
|Recommended optional programme components||None|
1) Clarification of the term oecumena. 2) Unionism of Antonín Cyril Stojan and Velehrad´s congresses. 3) The summary of history of oecumenical movement and a constitution of The international committee of churches. 4) The oecumenical enterprises of Vatican Council II (1962-1965)
|Learning activities and teaching methods|
|Dialogic (discussion, interview, brainstorming)|
The aim of this course is to apprise students of a dilemma of the unity and division of churches, of viewpoints of particular confessions and of a condition of an oecumenical dialogue.
The students will learn how to orientate themselves in a dilemma of Christian churches and denomanations; and to reason in the benefie of the unity of Christian churches.
Students of magisterial theology must have absolved History of Theology
|Assessment methods and criteria|
Each student must read through a book of Oecumenical theology, Peter Neuner, mainly the sections A, C, E. He must further be able to solve the situations of a possible fellowship in mysteries according to relevant church regulations.
|Study plans that include the course|
|Faculty||Study plan (Version)||Category of Branch/Specialization||Recommended year of study||Recommended semester|
|Faculty: Faculty of Theology||Study plan (Version): Theology (2012)||Category: Philosophy, theology||2||Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Summer|
|Faculty: Faculty of Theology||Study plan (Version): Theology of Ministry (2015)||Category: Philosophy, theology||2||Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Summer|
|Faculty: Faculty of Theology||Study plan (Version): Teacher of Religion and Ethics (2016)||Category: Pedagogy, teacher training and social care||2||Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Summer|