O kanonskim evaneljima Wheless kae: Sva evanelja su sveenike .. kanonskima ili izvornima kasnije su odbaena kao apokrifna” ili lana. Novog zaveta Takoe se pojavljuje i raznolika apokrifna literatura, poruci Evanelja Prvi kanon formulisao je Marcion (oko ). pounih knjiga pred nas izlazi sa svojim jednostavnim, jasnim i mudrim tumaenjima Evanelja koja se tokom godine itaju u Crkvi. Apokrifna literatura.

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Religija i Tolerancija 20 Dec Download Report. Published on Nov View 50 Download 0. XI, N0 20, Jul – Decembar Kao asopis izlazi evanekja Vladimir Danovi Zotovlanovi urednitva: Ivan Apokrifnq i kompjuterska podrka: Izlazi dva puta godinje. XI, N 20, July December, Issued as a journal from the year Vladimir Danovi ZotovAdvisory board: A window of the monastery of the Serbian Orthodox Church Ostrog, MontenegroThe journal publishes peer reviewed scholarly work.

Published twice a year. Orders should be sent to e-mail: XI, 20, Jul Decembar, Religija i tolerancija, Vol. Ko e nig, McCul lo ugh and Lar son, Smith and Fa-ris,. Hathanjay, clinical psychiatrist, and J. MeKinley, a neuropsychiatrist, at the University of Minnesota MMPI-. MMPI. Hrianstvo i psihiko zdravlje vernika. Revitalitalization of Religion in the Balkans. Revitalization of Religion Theoretical and comparative aproaches. Verske zajednice u Srbiji i verska distanca.

Evaanelja za empirijska istraivanja religije.

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Zorica Kuburi i Ana Kuburi University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The main goal of the research was to examine effects that religiosity had on mental health, as well as to examine whether there was a evanekja between different types of religiosity and religious affiliation churches and sects. This comparative research was conducted in Belgrade and Novi Sad between and The sample was comprised of respondents.

According to results, there are differences between healthy and ill respondents that are significant on all variables, while differences between different groups of believers can be observed only on some variables.

Questions that this paper seeks to answer are: Which variables related to mental health are influenced by religion, and does religion improve or imperil mental health? In what way does the society establish criteria for evaluating the other and the different and in how does this reflect on selfimage? These and numerous other questions asked during the work open the possibility of practical application of this research.

XXI II 1 Bu du nost re apokrifma gi je. Sve to u vre me nu svje tov no sti. Kon struk apokricna ja upit ni ka re li gi o zno sti za pri pad ni ke ka to li ke vje ro i spo ve sti i pr o vje ra ne kih nje go vih mjer nih ka rak te ri sti ka. Di plom ski rad. XXXIV 1 XX 1 Ma ri no vi-Je ro li mov, D.

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Piv e vi, T. Kon struk ci ja upit ni ka re li gi o zno sti za pri pad ni ke ka to li ke vje ro i spo ve sti i pro vje ra ne kih nje go vih mjer nih ka rak te ri sti ka. New ambient circumstances brought up a need for reevangelization, and for that reason the beginning of the nineties can be interpreted as a process of revitalization of the Orthodox faith and an affirmation of its social role.

Although the largest number believe that religion is a true carrier of cultural and national identity of the Serbian people, and that without its role, the Serbian people could not withstand challenges of the epoch of the modern civilization, there are still those who think that the religious system has a predominant role and who demand its marginalization for the sake of stronger secularization.


In relation to this, the Belgrade Cultural Evanwlja, with financial support from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation from Berlin, conducted an empirical research of the evanslja relevance of religion in Serbia. In this paper, we will give a special attention to indicators of religious dogmatism, which, contrary to indicators of religious selfidentification, indicate an alarming situation in the area of understanding dogmatic questions of ones own faith; among those, the most important questions are questions related to God, Resurrection, Heaven and Hell, etc.

Human rights are certain moral guarantees that have a long historical heritage. There are basically two different approaches to philosophical foundations of the notion of human rights: Both approaches have been criticized or justified, and the main criticism comes from Marxists who claim that traditional definitions of human rights should be rejected as the safe distance play is always presupposed. Genuine Christian worldview defines human rights on the basis of universal concept of human dignity and sacredness of every individual that transcends safe distance approach and avoids any kind of segregation and distrustful approach of any formal religion or the state.

This calls for sincere conversion to Christ whose openness to all human beings represents the only sure way of respect of human rights. IntroductionHuman rights are certain moral guarantees that have a long historical heritage.

The Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy offers one of theplausible and comprehensive definitions of human rights: They [human rights] are international norms that help to protect all people everywhere from severe political, legal, and social abuses.

Examples of human rights are the right to freedom of religion, the right to a fair trial when charged with a crime, the right not to be tortured, and the right to engage in political activity. These rights exist in morality and in law at the national and international levels SEP, Human Rights, italics mine.

Philosophy of Human rightsThe main objective of thisarticleis to examine the philosophical basis and content of the notion of human rights.

In the first part of this research, human rights will be presented as an indispensable legal and moral issue in contemporary society. Part two proceeds with historical-philosophical underpinnings of the idea of human rights. Some notable philosophers will be briefly analyzed. In the following section, the article will assess the most basic philosophical systematic views of the concept of human rights, including criticisms and justifications.

Theological-philosophical debate will be included as well. Finally, this articlewill draw some important practical implications for contemporary society, internationally, and the Caribbean regionspecifically. Basically, values of human dignity will be taken into consideration. I will also intermittently address almost all of the itemized human rights presented in Paragraph V of the declaration Appendix I.

Human rights and the contemporary societyIn contemporary society, human rights are regarded as multifaceted norms of respect for human beings that have numerous aspects. A human right can exist as 1 a shared norm of actual human moralities, 2 a justified moral norm supported by strong reasons, 3 a legal right at the national level here it might be referred to as a civil or constitutional rightor 4 a legal right within international law.

A human rights advocate might wish to see human rights exist in all four ways Nickel, Modern society is structured in such a way that the classical philosophical and ethical definitions and descriptions of human rights become law-binding part of the fixed legal structure of the society.


Consequently, every violation of human rights liberty rights, equality rights, social rights, different group rights and so on ,is a severe damage to the legal organization of contemporary society.

On the other hand, however: Many people have sought to find a way to support the idea that human rights have roots that are deeper and less subject to human decisions than legal enactment. One version of this idea is that people are born with rights, that human rights are somehow innate or inherent in human beings.

One way that a normative status could be Religija i tolerancija, Vol. XI, 20, Juli Decembar, Declaration of Independence claims that people are endowed by their Creator with natural rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

On this view, God, the supreme lawmaker, enacted some basic human rights Nickel, Lawyers, social and political theoreticians and some philosophers claim that human rights are closely related and properly understood only within the legal order of society. According to this school of thought, society structures any model of human rights. However, some scholars argue that human rights are inherent values; and, if the argument is pushed further, they are divinely created values e.

This debate, however, is not original at all. It is based on historical philosophical thinking. Regarding this ideological tension about human rights, we have to go to the history of the philosophical systems of thought, and concisely present two basic opposing views. History of philosophy and human rightsAt the mature period of classical Greek philosophy V-IV century BCSocrates, Plato and Aristotle claimed that all human rights are based on the concept of natural law.

Both Socrates and Aristotelian concept of virtue and Platos concept of justice are based on inherent or innate values Kenny, The theory of natural law was very popular in medieval times, especially in the thought of the prince of scholasticism, Thomas Aquinas. Most of the scholars of Aquinas agree that he gives prominence not to the biblical standards of morality or the biblical concept of the law, but to the Aristotelian concept of virtue based on natural law, as a foundation for morality Davies, Morality of human rights is always based on natural law.

This idea has become one of the foundational philosophical, theological and ethical models in Apokrigna Catholic theology and philosophy reference. The Age of Enlightenment brought some reinterpretations of the theory of human rights based on natural law. Thomas Hobbes, in his work De Civeargued that homo homini lupus est a human being is a wolf to another fellow being.

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The meaning is that the natural state of man is one of enmity toward other fellow human beings. The only way human rights or liberty could be respected is to convey the natural right to the sovereign of the state or the commonwealth who will guarantee the wellbeing, liberty and security of society. The theory becomes very popular today as some governments struggle to make a balance between personal liberty and security of the individual.

This seems like an application of Aleksandar Santra:

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