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Jesus Christ

Long hair, a beard and a slender figure. This is the picture of Jesus Christ that we have in mind. We do not know whether he actually looked like that. But there is hardly any doubt that he lived about 2,000 years ago. After all, there are various independent sources reporting his crucifixion. But what was so special about him? Why has a world religion emerged from his teaching, whereas many other preachers of his time have long been forgotten?

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The Bible

It is big and small. Thick and thin. Old and new. Colourful and plain. It is available as a mobile app, in braille and as a storybook. It is the most widespread and most widely read book in the world. It has been translated into more than 3,000 languages. It is also called the Book of Books. Or simply – the Bible.

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Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King, born and raised in the household of a pastor, was one of the privileged blacks. He saw and experienced the injustice of social oppression and racism, which were particularly pronounced in the Southern States of the USA, and some of which are still lingering today. He called for demonstrations and civil disobedience and became the spokesman for the Civil Rights Movement of the USA: ”But we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt.“ In his famous speech Martin Luther King referred to the “inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” established in the American Declaration of Independence: ”I have a dream – I have a dream deeply rooted in the American Dream“, King announced his utopia of a just America amid tremendous applause from the crowd. In spite of the violent repressions of the demonstrations he remained an ardent proponent of nonviolent resistance, deeply impressed by Mahatma Gandhi and the Bible. In 1964, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Price. The film shows moving moments of the life and achievements of Martin Luther King up to his assassination. Together with the teaching material in the data section, the DVD is perfectly suited for use in the classroom.

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Christian Feasts

People like to celebrate – music, laughing, dancing, being sociable, giving and receiving presents. All this is part of a good celebration. Apart from private festivities such as birthdays or weddings, there are also constantly recurring feasts and holidays in the circle of the seasons. Some are celebrated only regionally, others nationwide or worldwide. It is often forgotten that originally they had a Christian background. Thanksgiving, a parish fair or church mass turned into a fun fair and eventually simply a public festival in many places. Ascension Day, Whitsun or Easter are mostly wonderful occasions for just relaxing and long weekend getaways. But to Christians they have yet another, deeper meaning. They can be used for contemplation, commemoration, for example of the life of Jesus Christ, and for common celebration with other believers in church services.

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A girl paints her idea of heaven. Angels welcome the dead people to paradise. There, near to Jesus, you can live and play. You also meet deceased relatives again.

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500 Years of Reformation

On 31st October 1517, Martin Luther published his 95 Theses against the sale of indulgences.

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1922, St.Peter’s Square in Rome, at the dawn of a new era. On 6th February 1922, Achille Ratti, Archbishop of Milan, is elected Pope Pius XI. He addresses the faithful that have gathered on the square that is still Italian back then.

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The prayer, a fundamental religious act, which may be formulated in the form of a request, a thanksgiving or as a dialogue. Whether in Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism or Judaism – in all five world religions, the prayer is a communion with their God or a Higher Power. Thanking God, asking him for something, recapitulating the day, finding peace – all that can be contained in a prayer. We pray because we are looking for answers, consolation and strength and because in times of stress we seek peace and reflection. Some people also pray out of tradition or out of a sense of duty to their God. Some may also wish to have their prayers answered. There are studies investigating whether what we ask for in prayer actually comes true. The results, however, are not unequivocal. But to the one who prays this is no reason to stop. For the benefit of prayer cannot be measured by studies. For many the happiness of praying consists less in having their requests answered than in their contact with God. Together with the extensive accompanying material the DVD is perfectly suited for use in the classroom. Target group: primary school, special needs school, secondary school

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Mass Coaching

It has long been generally recognised that the modern working world often pushes people to the limits of their stress resistance. In many professional fields and enterprises all work and efforts are dominated by the maxim: “success“. Cheerful, motivated, vigorous and full of youthful energy employees are to engage themselves in their companies or present themselves in job applications. But what happens when the success in life, the motivation and the joy of work fail to materialise fort the most various reasons?

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World Religions

Since humanity has existed, people have been concerned with the question of the origin of life, how it goes on after death and what the essence of a person's life is. People have always expressed the hope that they are not left alone in their existence and that there is a higher reason that gives them life, protects it and eventually preserves it.

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Women in the Church

Women and the Church. Pope Joan springs to mind: a powerful woman at the head of the Catholic Church – unthinkable. Therefore, material for a novel and its film adaptation. The fictional story may embody the wish for a female reign of the Church, in reality a Pope Joan never existed. Ludwig Maximilian University Munich: at the Roman-Catholic chair of Dogmatic and Ecumenical Theology the issue of women's rights is also a part of the curriculum. What role should women have in the churches? Meanwhile, students of Catholic theology criticize the discrepancy between ecclesiastical and secular points of view.

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Catholic and Protestant Baptism

As an important ritual of the Christian faith, baptism is closely connected with the traditional stories of the prophet John the Baptist, who is said to have lived in Jesus’ lifetime. John baptised people in the River Jordan, located at the present-day border between Israel and Jordan in the Middle East. Baptism and water were symbols of people’s confession of past sins and return to the right track in life. One day, Jesus and some of his disciples are said to have come to John to have themselves baptised.

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