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Religious Education in Hungary

DenominationsPopulation % of total Catholicism 5,558,90154.5 Roman Catholics 5,289,52151.9 Greek Catholics 268,9352.6 Protestantism 1,985,57619.5 Calvinists 1,622,79615.9 Lutherans 304,7053.0 Baptists 17,7050.2 Unitarians 6,5410.1 Other Protestants 33,8290.3 Orthodox Christianity 15,2980.1 Other Christians 24,3400.2 Judaism 12,8710.1 Other religions 13,5670.1A ll religions 7,610,55374.6 No religion 1,483,36914.5 Undeclared 1,034,76710.1 Unknown 69,5660.7 Total 10,198,315100.00 History and nowadays v After World War II religious education difficult and problematic like in many Soviet countries. Althougt freedom of religion during socialist era. v Since 1993 the Hungarian Parliament constitution guarantees the right to religious education. v Religious education is taugh in a confessional way. v School must provide time and space. Everything beyond it is...

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Medieval literature

Medieval literature Religious literature- mostly written in church languages(Latin, Greek, Old Slavic) Secular literature- written in vernacular languages as well 6th -15th century Anonymity Religious writing Liturgical writing-hymns, psalms Theological writing-aquinas, abelard etc Religious poetry Mystery plays-reenactment of bible stories Secular writing Troubadour writing:"courtly love", romance Epic poem(song of roland) Travel writing History writing-chronicles Allegory The use of symbols and analogy to convey a certain meaning message Literary output of medieval English Anglo-saxon or Old English literature(7th century-1066) Middle english literature(12th century-15th century) End of the period:1470s chancery standard(regulating english) and onset of renaissance Middle English literature Written in many dialects in early period 14th century Middle english was used for majority literary works-known poets Chaucer, Langland Standardization-printing from 1470...

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US History: Native Americans and the first settlements

Considered one of the most important legislative acts of the Confederation Congress, the Northwest Ordinance also protected civil liberties and outlawed slavery in the new territories. The following three principal provisions were ordained in the document: (1) a division of the Northwest Territory into "not less than three nor more than five States"; (2) a three-stage method for admitting a new state to the Union—with a congressionally appointed governor, secretary, and three judges to rule in the first phase; an elected assembly and one nonvoting delegate to Congress to be elected in the second phase, when the population of the territory reached "five thousand free male inhabitants of full age"; and a state constitution to be drafted and membership to the Union to be requested in the third phase when the population reached 60,000; and (3) a bill of rights protecting religious freedom, the right to a writ of habeas corpus, the benefit of trial by jury, and other individual rights. In addition the ordinance encouraged education and forbade slavery Indian Removal Act of 1830 The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by Andrew Jackson on May 28, 1830, authorizing the president to grant unsettled lands west of the Mississippi in exchange for Indian lands within existing state borders. A few tribes went peacefully, but many resisted the relocation policy. During the fall and winter of 1838 and 1839, the Cherokees were forcibly moved west by the United States government. Approximately 4,000 Cherokees died on this forced march, which became known as the "Trail of Tears." By 1837, the Jackson administration had removed 46,000 Native American people from their land east of the Mississippi, and had secured treaties which led to the removal of a slightly larger number. Most members of the five southeastern na...

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English portfolio

Taking advantage of the economic boom, they erected grand neo-classical mansions surrounded by splendid parks which adorn the Estonian landscape even today. Influences of Pietism and the Moravian Brethren Being joined to Russia did not mean isolation for Estonia. It belonged to the German cultural sphere and was therefore able to participate in pan-European cultural and spiritual movements. During the first half of the 18th century, the influence of Pietism grew in strength, no longer hindered by the ideological pressure of the Swedish absolutist monarchy. The number of Baltic German students increased in Halle, the centre of German Pietism. One of the leaders of the movement, August Hermann Francke, also dispatched Pietist pastors to fill the numerous teaching posts at Estonian church and town schools left vacant by the Northern War. Pietism stressed individual religious experience and encouraged the faithful to read the Bible themselves. The Pietists thus strove to develop the Estonian language and religious literature. The full vernacular Bible appeared in 1739. The translators tried to eliminate the vast difference between the `country language' and `church language'. The Bible translation became the basic text that regulated the written Estonian language for more than a century. Despite its enormous impact on the development of the Estonian language, individualistic Pietism found a direct response primarily among the German-speaking clergy and nobility. The Estonian peasantry appears to have welcomed the movement of the Moravian Brethren which had started in Herrnhut in Saxony. In contrast to the Pietism, emphasizing penitence in the spirit of the Old Testament, the christocratic theological approach of the Moravians made them an optimistic and popular movement. This began to spread widely among Es...

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The 17th century in England

The 17th century In England 17th century was a time of political and religious turmoil. It is known as a struggle between Parliament and the throne. 1625 came to rule Charles I, who was proved to be politically stubborn. In 1642 civil war broke out between the Cavaliers and the Roundheads. Oliver Cromwell was a puritan who brought the Roundheads to the victory and temporarily ended the monarchy in 1649. Charles I was beheaded. Oliver Cromwell ruled England for 9 violent years. The return of the oldest son of Charles I in 1660 is called the Restoration. In 1660 the Royal Society of London was established to promote scientific research. In 1688 the Glorious Revolution was without bloodshed or violence. The 1689 Bill of Rights limited monarch's powers. Parliamtary government was established. 1665 the Great Plague, 1666 the Great Fire. ...

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Budismist üldiselt, budismi sümbolid

Palju inimesi hakkas teda järgima juba tema eluajal. Siddhartha jutlustas kaasinimeste aitamisest sõltumata nende rikkusest ja sõja ning klasside vastu. Ta ei toetunud imedele, jumalatele ega millelegi ebatavalisele. Selle asemel õpetas ta Kuldne Buddha Tais inimesi jälgima oma tegusid ja nende tagajärgi. Ta näitas neile, et kui nad mõistlikult ja hästi toimivad, elavad nad õnnelikku elu. Mehi ja naisi, kes on asunud Siddhartha õpetust järgima, kutsutakse budistideks. Budism sai alguse praegustel Nepaali Buddha on tiitel ­ see tähendab aladel. Budismile pani ligi 2500 aastat "virgunu". Sõna tuleb tüvest budh, mis tagasi aluse Siddhartha Gautama Buddha. Budism on religioon, mis lubab...

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The People of London

People from Ireland first went to London in 1845. Irish-born population is over 250,000 Indian communities Indians are London`s largest ethnic minority. Population 411,000 Thousands arrived from Uganda and Kenya in the 1960s. Many Punjabi Sikhs, live in Hounslow. Pakistanis and Bangladeshis Thousands live in London, mostly in the east. Tower Hamlets is home to about half the city`s Bangladeshis. The heart of the community is a Brick Lane. Lined with inexpensive resturants. Caribbeans and Africans Black Caribbeans are second largest ethnic minority. They come from islands. Caribbeans first arrived in large numbers after the Second World War. Racism and riots In 1958 there were riots against Caribbeans in Notting Hill. In the 1970s skinheads attacked Bangladeshis in Brick Lane. Many black people rioted against in the 1980s. Religious refugees East End was a refuge for two groups. Huguenots from France arrived in the 17th century. In the late 19th century Jews fleeing pogroms in Russia and Central Europe came to London. Many Jews live in North London. Ultra-...

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Inglise kirjanikud

He was born in London. He wrote several theological works and a biography (1885) of Francis Bacon, but he is best known for his Shakespearian Grammar (1870) and religious allegory the Flatland. William Blake · William Blake (1757­1827) was an English poet, philosopher and artist.He was one of the most extraordinary personalities to emerge during the period of Romanticism. He believed that spiritual reality lies hidden behind the visible world of the senses and he attempted to create a symbolic language to represent his spiritual visions. He began printing his own illustrated poems in colour in 1787. The first example was Songs of innocence(1789). Towards the end of his life, he joined a circle of younger artists who appreciated his remarkable pow...

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Kafka's Hunger Artist

This is illustrated through the metaphorical hunger artist for whom nourishment is not being nourished at all. The viewing public's interest is derived from their desire to see the hunger artist cheating, but to view this would put an end to that desire. Finally, Kafka presents this idea while the artist is at the circus and describing when people wish to view the starved man. The hunger artist's nourishment is spiritual. The man only wishes to be honored by the public. As he continuously spirals downward in his health, he looses all forms of material nourishment. As the days go on, there is conflict between the artist and the audience, as they do not believe him honest in claiming not to have eaten. By searching for the audience's approval, a symbol for spiritual nourishment, he loses both material and spirit...

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The Life of Dante, the Inferno of Dante

He was born to a middle-class Florentine family. At an early age he began to write poetry and became fascinated with lyrics. During his adolescence, Dante fell in love with a beautiful girl named Beatrice Portinari. He saw her only twice but she provided much inspiration for his literary masterpieces. Her death at a young age left him grief-stricken. His first book, La Vita Nuova, was written about her. Sometime before 1294, Dante married Gemma Donati. They had four children. Dante was active in the political and military life of Florence. He entered the army as a youth and held several important positions in the Florence government during the 1290's. During his life, Florence was divided politically between Guelphs and Ghibellines. The Guelphs supported the church and liked to keep thi...

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Superstar 1 tests

Tests Superstar 1 Luke Prodromou Test 1 Name____________________ Class_______ Use your English 1 Complete these sentences using the correct form (present simple or present continuous) of the verb in brackets. _ 1 She is in a band and she _________________________________ (record) a CD at the moment. _ 2 She is an actress and often _________________________________ (appear) on television. _ 3 At the moment she _________________________________ (have) a rest because she is tired. _ 4 Mike is a doctor and he _________________________________ (live) in Manchester. _ 5 I _________________________________ (start) work at 8.30 every morning. _ 6 He is a good cook but she _________________________________ (prefer) to eat out. _ 7 English tests _________________________________ (get) more and more interesting. _ 8 They _________________________________ (have) a party becau...

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Canada

Prairies are made by fires. The soil is rich and the precipitation is medium. The area has very few trees or shrubs so it is very windy. Typical animals are bobcats, antelopes, snakes, rodents, rabbits, badgers, bisons. Prairies are located in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Those regions are called the ,,Bread-basket of Canada" because of the wheat and other grains they get from there. 9. Population Although Canada's population is growing slowly, their growth rate is higher than that in most industrialized countries. Their population growth is concentrated in areas with considerable environmental stresses, particularly around Toronto and Vancouver. Global population growth has global impacts that are felt in Canada, including pressures on the environment and demand for products that we export. The Aboriginal population of Canada is a diverse population with distinct cultures, languages, religious beliefs and political systems. There are many ways of defining the Aboriginal population, which can result in different estimates of its size. There is no single or "correct" definition and the choice of a definition depends on the purpose for which it is to be used. The First nations are Indians, Metis and Inuits, but the term Indian is called inappropriate, so now they are called the Native peoples. There are also legal terms for them and it applies to a native person who is registered under the Indian Act and it means that they are entitled to free medical care, education and training. Some of them, whose ancestors signed treaties also receive a small amount of money. Metis are the people who are half indigenous and half other race, the came from the marriages between different races. They have good traditions and a dance called the jig. They live in communities in the rural areas. The Inuit, who don't want to be calle...

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Tennessee

In 1796, it became the sixteenth state to join the Union. The capital city is Nashville, and the largest city is Memphis. Tennessee has 95 counties. The earliest variant of the name that became Tennessee was recorded by Captain Juan Pardo, the Spanish explorer, in 1567 while traveling inland from South Carolina. History The area now known as Tennessee was first settled by Paleo-Indians nearly 11,000 years ago. When Spanish explorers first visited the area (led by Hernando de Soto) in 1539­1543, it was inhabited by several tribes (Muscogee, Yuchi people). As European colonists spread into the area, the native populations were displaced to the south and west. Many battles were fought in the state, for example in 1862 and 1863. Symbols The official state flag of Tennessee was adopted on the 17th of April in 1905. The three white stars in the center symbolize the thre...

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Juuditi lugu

Pikki aastaid kestis juudi rahva võitlus assüürlastest vallutajate vastu. Peagi oli pool juutidega asustatud maast, põhjapoolne Iisraeli kuningriik Assüüria valduses. Vähe sellest - paljud juudid küüditati Mesopotaamiasse. Siiski jäi Juudamaa (lõunapoolne osa kunagisest Kaananimaast), mille pealinn oli Jeruusalemm, veel mõneks ajaks iseseisvaks. Kuid ka Mesopotaamias endas toimusid samuti suured muudatused. Aastal 625 eKr kuulutas assüürlaste poolt anastatud Babüloonia end iseseisvaks ja nii tekkis Uus-Babüloonia ehk Kaldea riik. Selle riigi kõrgpunktiks oli kuningas Nebukadnetsar II valitsemisaeg (604 - 562 eKr). Seda kuningat tuntakse meil ka Nabucco nime all, sest see mesopotaamlane kannab sellist nime G. Verdi samanimelises ooperis. Nebukadnetsar II ajal vallutati ka Jeruusalemm, purustati juutide kõige püham paik - Saalomoni tempel ja pal...

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Islam

The word Islam means "submission", or the total surrender of oneself to God An adherent of Islam is known as a Muslim, meaning "one who submits (to God)". There are between 1.1 billion and 1.8 billion Muslims, making Islam the secondlargest religion in the world, after Christianity. Muslims believe that God revealed the Qur'an to Muhammad, God's final prophet, and regard the Qur'an and the Sunnah (words and deeds of Muhammad) as the fundamental sources of Islam.They do not regard Muhammad as the founder of a new religion, but as the restorer of the original monotheistic faith of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and other prophets. Islamic tradition holds that Jews and Christians distorted the revelations God gave to these prophets by either altering the text, introducing a false interpretation, or both. Islam includes many religious practices. Adherents are generally required to observe the Five Pillars...

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Stilistika loeng

The language of the writer is expected to conform to the literary norms of the English language. The language of the hero of a novel is chosen in order to characterize the man himself. Emotive prose allows the use of elements from other styles (e.g. the newspaper style, the official style, the style of scientific prose). Emotive prose as a separate form of imaginative literature, that is fiction, came into being rather late in the history of the English literary language (e.g. in early Anglo-Saxon literature there was no emotive prose). The first emotive prose, which appeared, were translations from Latin of the Bible stories. Middle English prose literature was mostly educational, represented mostly by translations of religious works from Latin. In the 12 th and 13th centuries appeared "Tales of King Arthur and his Round Table", some of which were written in verse and others in prose. Emotive prose began to assume a life of its own in the second half of the 15 th century, when romances and chronicles describing the life and adventures of kings and knights began to appear (e.g. "The Death of Arthur"). In the 16th century English emotive prose progressed rapidly (mostly it influenced the translations from Greek, Latin, also Italian and French). But on the whole the emotive prose of the 16th century had not yet shaped itself as a separate style. The 17th century saw a considerable development in emotive prose (were introduced not only lexical but also syntactical innovations). It was puritan time, when simplicity in choice of words was predominant, another peculiarity of this p...

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Exami kysimused-vastused

All that distinguishes emotive prose from the poetic style is the combination of the literary variant of the language with the colloquial variant. The language of the writer is expected to conform to the literary norms of the English language. The language of the hero of a novel is chosen in order to characterize the man himself. Emotive prose allows the use of elements from other styles (e.g. the newspaper style, the official style, the style of scientific prose). Emotive prose as a separate form of imaginative literature, that is fiction, came into being rather late in the history of the English literary language (e.g. in early Anglo-Saxon literature there was no emotive prose). The first emotive prose, which appeared, were translations from Latin of the Bible stories. Middle English prose literature was mostly educational, represented mostly by translations of religious works from Latin. In the 12 th and 13th centuries appeared "Tales of King Arthur and his Round Table", some of which were written in verse and others in prose. Emotive prose began to assume a life of its own in the second half of the 15 th century, when romances and chronicles describing the life and adventures of kings and knights began to appear (e.g. "The Death of Arthur"). In the 16th century English emotive prose progressed rapidly (mostly it influenced the translations from Greek, Latin, also Italian and French). But on the whole the emotive prose of the 16th century had not yet shaped itself as a separate style. The 17th century saw a considerable development in emotive prose (were introduced not only lexical but also syntactical innovations). It was puritan time, when simplicity in choice of words was predominant, another peculiarity of this period was a rather poorly developed system of co...

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Inglismaa

khTallinn English College The United Kingdom Topic Mari-Liis Pakats Tallinn 2008 2 Table of Contents Introduction..................................................................................................................4 Geographical Position .................................................................................................4 History .........................................................................................................................4 Government..................................................................................................................5 Queen Victoria.............................................................................................................5 Relief...

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Chivalric Romance

Usually in the form of the narrative poetry -> later it disappeared. The storyline centers around a knight who undergoes several battles to win the heart of his loved one. Romance vs. Pastoral ROMANCE PASTORAL Lady was from the higher class than a knight. Lady was a shepherdess who seduces the knight. Impossible love Impossible love There are 3 categories of Chivalric Romance 1. The Matter of Britain About King Arthur and his court. 2. The Matter of Troy About the antique myth of Britain origin from the ancient city of Troy through its founder Brutus. 3. The Breton Lay Main character is Merlin. Chivalric romance is a mixture of: local myths ­ Anglo-Saxon heritage French courtly tradition ancient Greek...

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Tartu ajalugu

John's Lutheran Church St John's Church was probably built in the first third of the 14th century. There is no other brick church decorated with so much terracotta plastic in Europe Eduard Tubin Monument The Eduard Tubin monument, marking the 100th birthday of the composer, was dedicated in 2005. The authors of the statue are sculptor Aili Vahtrapuu, architect Veronika Valk, with sound installations by Louis Dandrel.Eduard Tubin (1905-1982) was a versatile composer and conductor, one of the most recognized symphonists throughout history. He served as concert master and conductor at the Vanemuise Theatre. In 1944, when the theatre was destroyed, he left Estonia to Sweden. Monument to Gustav II Adolf In 1632, King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden, then at the war camp near Nürnburg, signed the charter to found Tartu University, which was also named Academia Gustaviana in his honour...

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