Humanities: Recent submissions

  • Saddajeeva, N. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    base on the Hebrew text in which he translated into German. He attempted conversion of Jews into Christianity through the relationship he maintained which he failed and there commenced his ideological battle with the Jews. ...
  • Rodrigo, S.S. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The intention of Luther was not to create a separate Church or to divide the Church but, through intellectual inquiry and dialog to bring about changes so that his Church could reform its erroneous deeds, activities and ...
  • Nonis, R. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    During this revolutionary period, Luther spoke of two kingdom theories. It was in 1523 that he brought out the idea in a book called Secular Authority. He separately brought out the idea of the kingdom of God and the church. ...
  • Fernando, R.D. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Roots of the Lutheran reformation remind us that the medieval theology has taken certain measures that in way disturb the basic realities of the Scriptures. Avarice in Rome, benefices and taxations, the great schism and ...
  • Caldera, R. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    This paper attempts to investigate into Luther's contribution to the theology of preaching, in the backdrop of preaching by the parish priests in late medieval Germany. The hermeneutical method used by Martin Luther was ...
  • Amarasinghe, P. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    From a theological perspective it will be an absurd argument to connect Martin Luther to the development of legal thought in Europe, because once Luther himself had coined the expression “Lawyers-bad Christians”. But ...
  • Rev. Priyajayanth, S. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The paper aims to revisit the ‘Reformation propositions’ and in the light of Luther’s thinking to adopt and learn what might be relevant to the life and practice of the church of Ceylon. It explores some ecclesiastical and ...
  • Kaushalya, N. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    This paper focuses on Luther’s contribution towards the renewal of sub-cultures of the Catholic Church of the medieval times. These sub-cultures prompted a voracious desire for wealth, high taxation, the worship of relics, ...
  • Nilukani, I. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Martin Luther, being the pioneer of the Protestant Reformation (1517) introduced a radical reformation in order to change the prevailing corruptive system of the 16th century Western Catholic Church which absolutely had a ...
  • Perera, D.V. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Studies on the evolution and theology of the diaconate in the post-reformation era demonstrate that both Catholic and Anglican Churches have been conservative even centuries after the reformation to take meaningful steps ...
  • Somaratna, G.P.V. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Martin Luther lived in Germany in the first half of the sixteenth century. His travel was confined to a limited area around Wittenberg in what later became known as Germany. It is unlikely that he was aware of the religious ...
  • Rev.Edward, Naumann. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Many if not most of the theological arguments during the Reformation revolved around a fundamental disagreement concerning the authority of Scripture, in relation to the authority of the Papacy. Remarkably, these arguments ...
  • Rev. Einar, Tjelle. (The Department of Western Classical Culture & Christian Culture,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The historical background at the time of Luther has been discussed and described in many different ways, very often with confessional depictions of history. Recent research has contributed to a changing perception of the ...
  • Lansakara, L.M.R.N. (Indo-Sri Lanka Hindi Conference-2017.Department of Hindi Studies,University of Kelaniya,Sri Lanka, 2017)
    This paper will explore problematic areas of Online Hindi Learner’s Dictionaries, which have been launched to assist online Hindi learners through advanced means and ways. Since the teacher is not always an option or a ...
  • Chandrasekara, P.V.S. (Indo-Sri Lanka Hindi Conference-2017.Department of Hindi Studies,University of Kelaniya,Sri Lanka, 2017)
    Hindi has been successfully taught in Sri Lankan universities as a foreign language for several decades. With the rapid development of the technology language teaching and learning has been also influenced with technology. ...
  • Kothalawala, A. (Indo-Sri Lanka Hindi Conference-2017.Department of Hindi Studies,University of Kelaniya,Sri Lanka, 2017)
    In my presentation I have attempted to express the possible ways an E-Learning Module for Hindi Language may be designed, developed and applied in a most cost efficient way. This is keeping in view to utilize the availability ...
  • Fernando, W.C.M. (Indo-Sri Lanka Hindi Conference-2017.Department of Hindi Studies,University of Kelaniya,Sri Lanka, 2017)
    E-learning can be viewed as computer assisted learning, and as pedagogy for student centered and collaborative learning. E-learning presents an entirely new learning environment for students, thus requiring different skills ...
  • Malhotra, V.K. (Indo-Sri Lanka Hindi Conference-2017.Department of Hindi Studies,University of Kelaniya,Sri Lanka, 2017)
    This study, ‘E-learning of Hindi: Identity and Possibilities’ will primarily cover the justification for using E-learning techniques for teaching and learning Hindi as a foreign language, specially to the heritage learners ...
  • Jayasekara, K. (Sahithya.Dept of Cultural Affairs,Colombo Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Tragedies in Classical Greece had been performed in the open air theater in a festive atmosphere of dramatic competition. The audience consisted of citizens and visitors to the city. They had a prior knowledge of the story ...
  • Jayathunga, Mangalika (Faculty of Humanities, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2015)

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