Das Gleichnis vom verlorenen Sohn Lk 15 11 24 Fach Religion 5 Klasse Realschule

Author: Sina Leidig
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3956875729
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Unterrichtsentwurf aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Theologie - Religion als Schulfach, Note: unbenotet, Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg (Institut für Philosophie und Theologie), Veranstaltung: Tagespraktikum, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Diese Religionsstunde mit dem Thema "Verlorener Sohn" wurde in einer 5. Klasse einer Realschule gehalten. Das Thema ist die bedingungslose Liebe Gottes den Menschen gegenüber anhand des Gleichnisses des verlorenen Sohnes. Es wird ein Bezug zu Reinhard Meys Lied "Zeugnistag" hergestellt. Thema: Die bedingungslose Liebe Gottes den Menschen gegenüber; anhand des Gleichnisses des verlorenen Sohnes Kompetenzen: - Die SuS setzen sich mit dem Text zu Reinhard Meys Zeugnistag auseinander und können die Gefühle des Sohnes benennen. - Die SuS überlegen sich mögliche Reaktionen der Eltern auf den Betrugsversuch des Sohnes. - Die SuS lernen eine vereinfachte Version des Gleichnisses des verlorenen Sohnes kennen. (Es wird hier auf die Benennung „Gleichnis“ verzichtet, da der Fokus der Stunde nicht auf Gleichnissen liegt, sondern auf der Liebe Gottes zum Menschen.) - Die SuS können die Gefühle des Sohnes nach seiner Rückkehr benennen. - Die SuS können einen Bezug zu Gott herstellen und verstehen, dass Gott jeden einzelnen bedingungslos liebt.

Stories of Mr Keuner

Author: Bertolt Brecht
Publisher: City Lights Books
ISBN: 9780872863835
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Fictionalized reflections on life and politics by Bertolt Brecht, the author of The Threepenny Opera. A Book Sense 76 recommendation.


Author: Leo Lionni
Publisher: Dragonfly Books
ISBN: 0399555501
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Originally published in 1963 by Pantheon Books.

The jews of Europe in the middle ages

Author: Alfred Haverkamp
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Pub
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Featuring abundant illustrations of religious, historical, and cultural objects and documents, this book traces the history of Judaism during the medieval period, from the 11th to the early 16th century. Two major centers of Jewish culture emerged during the Middle Ages: that of the Ashkenazi Jews, concentrated in the Rhineland, particularly in Speyer, Worms, and Mainz; and that of the Sephardic Jews, located on the Iberian peninsula. Both of these traditional populations experienced a period of great cultural bloom between the 11th and 14th centuries, and the intellectual history and social life of European society as a whole were influenced significantly by Judaism during this era. This book focuses on the relationship between the two traditional Jewish groups and their non-Jewish environment, offering interesting insights into Jewish religious rituals and customs, the structure of Jewish communities, and the everyday lives of Jews. It also casts light on the work and influence of Jewish scholars in religion, philosophy, and other fields while emphasizing the contributions of medieval Jews to the development of European society and economy.

Theologies in the Old Testament

Author: Erhard S. Gerstenberger
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0567188159
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The author here offers a radical departure from traditional treatments of Old Testament theology. Rather than offering a systematic approach, he discusses the various theological voices coming from different social settings within ancient Israel: the family and the clan, village, tribal alliance, and kingdom. Gerstenberger concludes with his reflections on how the biblical witness informs contemporary theology, and must be contextual and ecumenical in order to be authentic.

Mennonite Historical Atlas

Author: William Schroeder
Publisher: Kindred Productions
ISBN: 9780920643051
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" ... The maps of the new Mennonite Historical Atlas follow the road of development and expansion of the Mennonite faith community from Switzerland, Holland and Germany to Russia, the United States, Canada, and to Latin America. Some maps of the first atlas have been revised and errors eliminated where reliable data became available."--Page v.

All the Miracles of the Bible

Author: Herbert Lockyer
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780310281016
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Looks at more than two hundred miracles in every book of the Bible from the beginning of the Old Testament to the end of the New Testament.

The Exorcism of Anneliese Michel

Author: Felicitas D. Goodman
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1597524328
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In 1976 a young German girl named Anneliese Michel underwent a series of exorcisms. The rites were administered by two priests of the Catholic Church to free Anneliese of the six demons they believed possessed her. Seemingly as a result of the exorcisms the girl died. Worldwide publicity followed when the girl's parents and the two exorcists were brought to trial and convicted of negligent homicide. Here a noted anthropologist offers her own interpretation of the exorcisms of Anneliese Michel. Drawing on interviews with the two exorcists, the girl's parents and friends, transcripts of the trial, and tape recordings made during the exorcisms - as well as studies of religious experience in various cultures - Felicitas Goodman has written a fascinating, compelling book, one that finally tells what happened in this strange case as it delves into the age-old mystery of demonic possession.


Author: Peter Hartling
Publisher: William Morrow & Company
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A young boy, searching vainly for his mother in post-war Vienna, is befriended by a man on crutches and together they find hope for the future.


Author: Benjamin Lebert
Publisher: Turtleback
ISBN: 9780613338813
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A German coming-of-age story follows the informal "education" of a sixteen-year-old boy interned in a remedial boarding school as he discovers drinking, sex, and the after-hours lifestyle.