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    Biblická teologie (6141V001)

    Fakulta: Evangelická teologická fakulta
    Studijní program: Teologie (P6141)
    Forma studia: kombinovaná
    Druh studia: doktorské
    Jazyk výuky: angličtina
    Minimální předpokládaný počet přijímaných: 3
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    Standardní doba studia: 4 roky
    Krátká poznámka:  
    Paralelní v Aj:  
    Výše poplatku za studium v Aj: 25 000,- Kč
    Forma přihlášky: Elektronická, Listinná
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      The purpose of doctoral studies in the field of Biblical Theology is for students to cultivate, in the usual way for advanced studies, their ability to think theologically and to deepen their knowledge in the relevant biblical theology disciplines on an expert level.
      The field covers all aspects of specialist study of the Bible, such as theological, literary, and historical factors. Studies focus on either the Old Testament or the New Testament field. They include the examination of biblical texts in their relevance for religious and cultural traditions. Depending on the specific dissertation project, studies may deal with textual, linguistic, literary, literary-historical, historiographical, religious, or cultural issues. Normally, they must also raise questions about the theological profile or overall testimony of Scripture in relation to relevant theological questions, and also deal with issues of understanding, communication, and interpretation. The working field of biblical studies also includes the related specialist disciplines – for example, the philology of the ancient and classical languages, the literature of the ancient Near East and the principal cultures of Antiquity, the phenomenology of religions and the study of the religions of antiquity, the archaeology and historiography of the relevant regions – and also a reflection on methodologies in the biblical field, hermeneutical issues, and the history of biblical research and its current trends. Studies are linked to an appropriate degree with other theological fields, and, like other branches of theology, have an interdisciplinary dimension.
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      On the basis of their fully completely and properly submitted application form, applicants are invited to an entrance interview, where they must defend the proposal for their research project before the branch council and gain approval for their individual study plan. On the basis of the recommendation of the branch council the Dean of the Faculty decides on whether they will be admitted to study.
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      Completion of studies at Master’s level, successful defence of proposal for the research project before the branch council and approval of the individual study plan by the branch council.

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      Individual, depending on the nature of the dissertation project.

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      Graduates have a knowledge of the theoretical bases of biblical studies and are familiar with current research trends (specialising in Old Testament or New Testament studies). They understand the relevant ancient languages, are proficient in exegetic methodology, and are familiar with the basic principles of interpreting ancient texts.
      They are capable of making critical use of their theoretical knowledge and specialist skills and applying them contextually. They are capable of presenting the results of their academic work in the context of a discussion among specialists.
      They are qualified to carry out research work independently and to be active in their field in an academic teaching capacity.