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Journal Didaskalia
ISSN : 26221667     EISSN : 26218054     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Journal 'Didaskalia' published by STTII Surabaya as a means of developing evangelical values in Christian Religious Education by focusing on spiritual, knowledge and teaching skills of Christian education. Scientific work using educational and general study using Bible, field research, and analysis that is very evangelical and applicative in the world of education and service in Indonesia.
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The Exegesis of Woman Leadership According to 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 Hannas, DR; Waty, Rina
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 1 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - Nopember 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (434.511 KB) | DOI: 10.33856/didaskalia.v1i1.53

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              The role of woman until now still encounters various problems, such as in the leadership. Do  women have decent capacity to lead, or they are on second class under men. This research, brings up to the readers the original understanding about the role of woman especially in leadership. To see woman leadership, the researchers using exegesis method by utilizing four Bible analysis, these are: contextual analysis, syntactical analysis, verbal analysis, theological analysis, and homiletical analysis.             Study which was done toward this research found out that woman essential leadership is how the man and woman aware that leadership which is designed by God, the Creator, is leadership based on function, where the man and the woman realize their roles and function corresponding with  God’s created nature. Man are leader, who lead with obedience and love. Whereas woman are under man’s authority who has to be followed with respect and full of love.
The Effect of Salary Satisfaction, Work Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment To Work Intention Indrasari, Meithiana; Raditya Purnomo, Bambang; Yunus, Eddy; Haryati, Eny; Hashmi, Abdul Razzak
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 1 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - Nopember 2018
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High rate of turnover leads to adverse effect to an organization. Such problem is likely generating instability and uncertainty towards employment condition and human resources cost rise in forms of training invested to them, recruitment and newly built training programs. High turnover, in addition, also results in organizational ineffectiveness because it loses experienced employees as well as spends much times in training new, inexperienced employees. This study aims to analyze the effect of salary satisfaction, work satisfaction and organizational commitment on withdrawal intention and to analyze the most affective variable on withdrawal intention. There are 115 respondents for the samples and data analysis during the research is held by using SEM and AMOS 5 program. According to the analysis, it is concluded as the followings: work satisfaction has a positive effect on organizational commitment (CR = 6.052); salary satisfaction has a negative effect on turnover (CR = -4.306); job satisfaction has a negative effect on turnover (CR = -4.846); and organizational commitment has a negative effect on turnover (CR = -2.822).
The Solidarity of Jesus Christ and The Comprehensive Handling of The Problem of Radicalism and Terrorism in Indonesia Hannas, DR; Waty, Rina
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 1 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - Nopember 2018
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Jesus Christ has never shown an act of solidarity toward men as a result of being cornered by their failures to obey His commands, but as an active conduct that reflected Himself as an all-loving, all-knowing, and most sovereign Individual. This study found that: first, radicalism and terrorism in Indonesia emerged right after the fall of the New Order regime. Initially these movement only demanded justice for the oppressed Muslims. However, in their development during the nation’s post-reformation era, they position themselves as an opposition to the ruling government and threaten the existence and the continuity of the Unitary State of The Republic of Indonesia or known as NKRI (Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia), urging the government to revise Pancasila, the philosophical foundation of Indonesia and the Basic Constitution, UUD (Undang-Undang Dasar) 1945 to suit their own agenda. The Indonesian Goverment has been giving its serious and continous efforts to tackle this matter through the National Counterterrorism Agency or BNPT (Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Terorisme). Second, the government, religious leaders and the community must synergise  to build good communication among them and to provide a fast and  “down to earth” solution as to take down factors that blossom the radicalism and terrorism. Third, the Church needs to engange courageously in positioning itself to support the government that is anti-radicalism and anti-terrorism. A forum for inter-religious communication needs to be improved by advancing contributions with  positive impacts rather than just becoming a passive follower; a decent interfaith dialogue and a “SERMIAH” preaching model can be adopted as options for evangelism and for achieving the spiritual maturity of the believers. The types of approaches used in this research are: historical approach,  hermeneutical approach, and leadership approach.
The Role of Self Concepts on Achieving Motivation in RSBI Students and Regular Students Sirait, Lincaria Sutismawati; Lily, Tabitha; Pamuji, Eko; Momin, Mutjaba M.; Permana, Surja
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 1 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - Nopember 2018
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Not quarantee RSBI students have good achievement in academic and be success people if they do not have motivation in it. Achievement motivation is one factor to hold academic achievement that can be influenced by student self concept. The purpose of this study was to examine the relation between self concept and achievement motivation. How percentage self concept role emerge achievement motivation. The result of this study is founded significant correlation between self concept and achievement motivation. 13,3% self concept play role in RSBI students’ achievement motivation and 35,4% in Regular students’ achievement motivation. In other, there is differences between RSBI students’ self concept and Regular students’ self concept. Despite there is no differences achievement motivation between RSBI and regular students.
GURU PENDIDIKAN AGAMA KRISTEN, KUALITAS PENDIDIKAN DAN MASA DEPAN MORALITAS BANGSA DUNIA Karo Karo, Desire; Sukri, Urbanus; Sulistyo, Simeon; Puspito, Indro; Christina, Theresia
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 1 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - Nopember 2018
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Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk memberikan pemahaman bahwa guru Pendidikan Kristen memiliki peran penting dalam meningkatkan kualitas pendidikan dan masa depan moralitas nasional. Perkembangan globalisasi dan modernisasi membuat para guru harus siap dan berkontribusi dalam mempersiapkan generasi muda bangsa dalam memasuki era globalisasi dan modernisasi. Setidaknya ada dua peran yang harus dimiliki oleh guru Pendidikan Agama Kristen, yaitu berpartisipasi dalam mewujudkan pendidikan berkualitas dan menjaga moralitas bangsa. Dengan tulisan ini, diharapkan setiap guru Pendidikan Kristen akan menjadi lebih sadar dan lebih antusias dalam menjalankan tugas dan panggilannya sebagai guru Pendidikan Agama Kristen.
Memorizing Bible Verses with the Association Method of Quantum Learning in Sunday School Permana, Surja; Juanda, Juanda; Lontoh, Frederich Oscar; Noertjandranata, Handoko; Eveline, Sjanette
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 2 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - April 2019
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In the world of teaching, it takes a variety of creativity, so that students benefit from the learning process. The same thing happened in the Sunday School class held by the church. The core material is certainly from the Bible. This includes memorizing Bible verses from certain parts. Students are required to memorize the verses. Many face failure in the memorization process. They have difficulty remembering the verses. However, there is still an interesting method to make it easier for children to memorize Bible verses, namely by association methods found in quantum learning. The problem is whether the Sunday school teachers understood this association method? With descriptive research methods have found a solution that in the process of memorizing with this association method, can increase the number of verses memorized. This can be shown from the results of evaluations that have been carried out, there is an increase in the number of memorized verses that can be memorized by Sunday school students, which increases to 20 words or about 4%.
A Marriage Concept on Genesis 2:21-24 Chia, Philip Suciadi
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 2 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - April 2019
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There are many discussions, OT exposition and Hebrew exegesis about marriage based on Genesis 2:21-24. It is interesting, however, to analyze how Latin Vulgate interprets and translates Genesis 2:21-24. Latin Vulgate seems to follow the word order of the Hebrew Bible and employ the literal translation of the Hebrew Bible. Although the translator uses the literal translation, he still has the freedom in his translation to accomplish his specific purposes such as the usage of ergo, cumque, replevit, virago and other words that will be discussed in this article. This research will be interpreted from the theme of unity, both man and woman.
Christian Misionaries Responsibilities in Preaching Rinawaty, Rinawaty; Hannas, Hannas
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 2 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - April 2019
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Preaching the Word of God or sermonizing is God's commandment which must be done by every believer. Missionaries are people who are specifically called to convey the truth of the Word of God, through sermons, Bible study and living testimonies that glorify God. Missionaries experience obstacles in preaching because of  many factors, such as: lack of mastery in hermeneutic and homiletical skills and ignoring the communication skill. Therefore the text assessment will be shallow and its relevance at the present time has not been well delivered. Those limitations must be the missionaries? main concern besides spiritual qualifications that are equally important. The research found several important things, such as: the right definition for Christian missionaries, Christian missionaries? responsibilities and Christian missionaries? preaching in the perspective of a communication skill. This research was conducted in qualitative methods that provide descriptions and histories with social sciences, theology, communication approaches.
Enganging Secularization with Expository Preaching Lontoh, Frederich Oscar
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 2 No 1: Journal Didaskalia - April 2019
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        This research trying to see the phenomenon of secularization that is dominating the world. Some people argue that secularization is  dangerous for the Christian faith while some say that it is just the opposite that secularization is necessary. What is developing now is that secularization becomes a movement in personal thought. Some experts distinguish between secularization and secularism. Secularism is a kind of ideology that remove everything supernatural defining ones life. Secularism refers to the fact that religion has lost influence on the societal, the institutional and the individual levels.  Preaching is a main part of church to educate the congregation about God, what His will and also supernatural being. Expository preaching is the method of teaching scripture. There are many other ways to preach a sermon that are beneficial to a congregation. However, that these other forms of preaching should never replace expository preaching in the life of the church. Solid expository preaching brings scripture to life. It connects the meaning of the passage to the life of the hearer, helping them to apply what they?ve heard to their specific life situations. This is the way to maintain people from leaving God and supernatural being in modern human life.
Does Pancasila Support Religious Pluralism in Indonesia in Postmodern Era Chia, Philip Suciadi; Lontoh, Frederich Oscar; Permana, Surja; Juanda, Juanda; Wibowo, Daniel Ari
jurnal Didaskalia Vol 2 No 2: Journal Didaskalia - Oktober 2019
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Since Indonesia is also one of the most diverse societies in the world such as there are over three hundred different ethnic groups in Indonesia, each with its own cultural identity, and more than two hundred and fifty distinct languages are spoken, then Pancasila is created as philosophic fundamentals of the state to supports the diversity in Indonesia. Pancasila (from a Sankrit word: panca: five and sila: principle) consists of five principles that are interrelated and inseparable to generate unity in diversity (bhinnekatunggalika). In this paper, I will argue that Pancasila promotesand facilitates religious diversity although religious culture in Indonesia does not promote religious pluralism.

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