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Afleveringsopgaver til modul 1 – Jerusalem

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Redegør for det religionsfaglige begreb ”helligsted”

Et helligsted betragtes særligt biblen og ikke mindst kirker som helligdomme. I europa var en kirkes status som hellig oprindeligt stærkt forbundet med at den blev opført på et helligt sted som ofte var lig med at et mirakel eller martyrium angiveligt havde fundet sted på stedet, eller en hellig person var begravet i eller ved kirken.

Giv en kort præsentation af de to helligsteder gravkirken og al-Aqsa-området
Gravkirken –
Gravkirken betragtes som et af de helligeste steder. Jesus grav. Der findes 14 stationer på ruten Via Dolorosa hvor fra Jesus bliver dømt til døden til stedet hvor Jesus blev lagt i graven. Gravkirken er den sidste station.
Gravkirken er fælleseje af den græsk-ortodokse, katolske, syriske, koptiske, armenske og etiopiske kirke som deles og enes om dette hellige sted.
Gravkirken er fra det 4. århundrede og kapellet i midten af kirken er bygget over Jesus grav i det 12. århundrede.

Al-Aqsa -
Al-Aqsa er Jerusalems største moske og blev bygget færdig i år 715. Den har været ødelagt flere gange af jordskælv og er genopbygget, så næsten ingenting af den oprindelige moske er tilbage.
I området omkring Al-Aqsa er tilknyttet flere mindre helligdomme, et anlæg hvor de bedende kan foretage den rituelle renselse inden de træder ind i moskeen, der ligger også et stort underjordisk rum, som blev brugt som stalde. Der er også tilknyttet porte, fontæner, minareter og mure. Hele området er ca. 150.000 m2.
Al-Aqsa analyse –
Forfatteren Sheik Ra’ed Salah mener, at det er alle muslimers pligt, at vide hvad den hellige Al-Aqsa er. Han har under sine rejser måttet konstatere, at muslimerne har en helt forkert forståelse, af den hellige moske. De fleste ved ikke hvad den hellige Al-Aqsa moske er.

citat – ”Det er en pligt at have kenskab til det.…...

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