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PAX HUMANA
ISSN : 23373512     EISSN : 25483021     DOI : -
Pax Humana adalah Jurnal Humaniora Yayasan Bina Darma yang terbit dua kali dalam satu tahun (Juni dan Desember). Jurnal ini hadir sebagai wadah pencerahan dan pemberdaya masyarakat atas dasar kasih dan perdamaian.
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Kepemimpinan dalam Bingkai Multikulturalisme Sandang, Yesaya
PAX HUMANA Vol 2, No 1 Jan (2015)
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A leader in a multicultural society plays a very important role, especially in Indonesian context that already well known for their multicultural society. This article discuss about the ethical principles in the multicultural society and how it related with leadership quality. The aim of this discussion is to show the quality that could work as foundation for every leader in multicultural context. Ultimately this article suggests three qualities; openness and sense of acceptance, communicative, and ethical awerness for justice and solidarity. Keywords: Leadership, Multiculturalism, Ethics, Principles
Indonesia dan Fundamentalisme Keagamaan Suwartiningsih, Sri
PAX HUMANA Vol 2, No 2 Mei (2015)
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Religion is a human life guidance. Religion is not God's creation. Religion is a human creation to be able to steer and control his life. Life associated with the Creator. So that religion is a tool in relations human relationship with God, which is a vertical relationship. At the moment in the life of religious fundamentalism used to relate to God, religion becomes a human privatization. But when religion is imposed uniformity fundamental in the understanding, the result can lead to differing views on religion that leads interference to peace among peoples, such as defamation, inter-religious conflicts, homelessness particular religion, terrorism, etc. On this context, fundamentalism and religious diversity is important to be studied and examined the truth. Religious fundamentalism creates open communication space between religious communities in religious equality. In contrast, fundamentalism closed and give communication barriers between religious communities because each considers the most true religion and other religions do not. Indonesia as a pluralistic country requires openness in diversity. Keywords: Religion, Fundamentalism, Peace
Mencapai Deradikalisasi Semesta dengan Pendekatan Smart Power Lusi, Astrid Bonik
PAX HUMANA Vol 4, No 1 (2017)
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The Maker of History: Pemimpin yang Berwawasan Oikumenis di Indonesia Timo, Eibenhaizer I.N
PAX HUMANA Vol 2, No 3 Sep (2015)
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Leader is one of the most important key in moving the organization’s life and promote life together. However the role of leaders is only 20% compared to the followers in the dynamics of the organization, but leaders become role models and inspiration ϔigures. This article discusses about the role of leader in the context of the ecumenical movement. The author tries to extend the understanding of the ecumenical movement is not just an efforts towards the uniϔication of Christians, but to the understanding of the early ecumenical, the inhabited world, which refers to how the leader of the Christian being a role model and inspiration in an effort to bring together the various components of the community who inhabit the earth for unite to build the world. Some Christian leaders in Indonesia who are leaders in many ϔields, the author adopted as a spotlight in this discussion. They include: Oerip Notohamidjojo for education, WS Renda in the ϔield of art, and Basuki Tjahaja Purnama in the arena of politics and government. Keywords: Leader, Ecumenical Movement, Churches in Indonesia
Menolak dan Merangkul Koruptor Berdasarkan Kisah Persembahan Seorang Janda Miskin dalam Lukas 21:1-4 Lusi, Astrid Bonik
PAX HUMANA Vol 3, No 2 (2016)
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AbstraksiPersembahan berperan penting dalam gereja. Persembahan menjadi salah satu atau bahkan satu-satunya cara untuk membiayai kebutuhan gereja. Saat gereja membutuhkan dana, isu persembahan seorang koruptor menjadi persoalan yang dilematis. Dalam upaya untuk menjawab persoalan tersebut, tulisan ini mengkaji kisah pemberian dari seorang janda miskin dalam Lukas 21:1-4 melalui metode hermeneutik Perjanjian Baru. Tulisan ini mengemukakan bahwa persembahan tidak pernah hanya berorientasi pada uang, karena persembahan melibatkan seluruh eksistensi dari pihak yang memberi persembahan. Saat kebenaran tentang persembahan dari koruptor tidak bersifat tunggal, gereja harus hadir untuk menyatakan posisinya dengan tegas dan merangkul para koruptor. AbstractThe offering has an important role in the church. The offering is one or even the only way to support the needs of the church. When the church is in need of funds, the issue of an offering of a corruptor becomes a dilemmatic problem. In an effort to address the issue, this writing investigates the story of the poor widows offering in Luke 21: 1-4 through the New Testament hermeneutic method. This writing explains that the offering is never merely money oriented because the offering involves the entire existence of the party who gives the offering. When the truth about the offering of corruptor is not a single, the church must present to declare its position firmly and embrace the corruptor. Keywords: Offering, Corruptor, Poor Widow, Luke 21:1-4, Church 
Weber: Nabi Etika Protestan, Bapak Verstehen Agung, Mianto Nugroho
PAX HUMANA Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
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Weber: Nabi Etika Protestan, Bapak Verstehen
Makna Poster Pemilihan Umum 2014 (Pengamatan di Kota Kupang, Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur) Therik, Wilson M.A
PAX HUMANA Vol 2, No 2 Mei (2015)
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This paper goes from the author's experience as Chairman of the Election Supervisory Committee (Panwaslu) of Kupang for the supervision of the elections of the head of Nusa Tenggara Timur Region by 2013 and the supervision of legislative elections by 2014. The meaning of the props in Indonesian legislative election campaign (especially poster) is rarely done by researchers of the election in Indonesia. Suwonso and Kutut did the research about the meaning of the election posters of 1982 in Central Java (1987), the author also did the same observations on legislative elections 2009 in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT). This research was conducted in Kupang, the capital city of NTT province which became the barometer of success for elections in NTT. Similar studies are expected in the future to be a recollection of history for the constituents to choose the representatives wisely, not only because of the promises they made in the props. Keywords: Legislative Election, Politic Campaign, Poster. 
Model Pendidikan Perdamaian “Ramah Perempuan” pada Sekolah Perempuan untuk perdamaian Tacoh, Yuliana Tien. B
PAX HUMANA Vol 4, No 2 (2017)
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AbstractPost-prolonged conflict in Poso District, communities need sustainable peace building. Even the society must be empowered to independently seek and live in peace. Peace education is one of the activities that make post-conflict communities empowered to work for peace. This study aims to describe how the design and implementation of a peace education activities conducted in the School of Women peace. Peace Women School is a non-formal education activity established by AMAN (Asian Muslim Action Network) in the post-conflict region of Poso District. This research is descriptive research, describe model and activity of peace education at Poso District School of Women. The results show that the model of Peace Education in Women is: the planning stage is designed The learning curriculum according to the needs of post conflict society, which is a peace education curriculum based on the empowerment of Women. Implementation phase is delivered through learning activities by using modules, appropriate learning media, peace learning process with various methods that are friendly to women and conditioned learning atmosphere that makes women feel empowered. Evaluation, The process of monitoring the accuracy of learning that develops the character of Women as learners who have the ability to care for a peaceful life. Peace education can be an alternative model of inter-religious dialogue in post-conflict societies, with women as subjects.Keywords: Peace Education, Peace Women School, Women Empowerment  
Hukuman Mati Bagi Koruptor atau Hukum Koruptor Sampai Mati (Sebuah Kajian Hukum, Etis Kristiani dan Kultural) Nuban Timo, Ebenhaizer Imanuel
PAX HUMANA Vol 4, No 1 (2017)
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This paper presents an analysis of death penalty for corruptors seen from Constitution, Christian ethics and cultural perspectives. The author talks about how effective the death penalty is when it is imposed to the criminal. He makes it clears that death penalty for corruptors is against the Constitution of the Repulic of Indonesia (UUD 1945). It does not go in line with Christians view of life as well. The appeal to the goverment, asking for imposing the capital punishment to the corruptors and people support to this appeal are taken by the author to be the starting point of his analysis. The author is of the opinion that capital punishment is not in agreement with both Indonesia Constitution (UUD 1945), and the Christian teaching about life as well. Life long imprision remains the only juridicial choice to be imposed to the criminal. But the author takes a further step. For him life-long imprision is also not enough because it fails to meet the purpose of justice, namely to heal the corruptors. Because of this reason the author introduces an alternative punisment which he draws from local wisdom of the Savunese and Timorese people in the province of South-East Sunda Islands (NTT), the province where he comes from.
Gerakan Sosial Tanpa Kekerasan (Gerakan Sosial Masyarakat Samin Terhadap Rencana Pembangunan Pabrik Semen di Sukolilo, Pati) Darmastuti, Rima
PAX HUMANA Vol 2, No 3 Sep (2015)
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The social movement conducted by Samin people was a sole and unique movement. The movement that was done in order to reject cement plant construction constitutes nonviolent and anti-anarchy movement. The peaceful or nonviolent way based on Samin’s local wisdom became the strategy used in this protest movement. Non-verbal comm unication in the form of “silence” and using “tembang” was used in this movement. In Samin’s perspective, the non-violent and anti-anarchy movement will have great effects. The principal of this movement was really inϔluenced by Javanese culture. This paper was based on the research result done in the life of Samin people in Sukolilo. Data collection methods used in the ethnography of communication were in-depth interviews, participative observation and document analysis. Keywords: Social movement, Samin people, Non-violant way, Tembang