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Religio : Jurnal Studi Agama-agama
ISSN : 20886330     EISSN : 25033778     DOI : 10.15642/religio
Core Subject : Religion, Social,
Jurnal yang mengeksplorasi gagasan kreatif dan solutif seputar tema agama dan sosial-budaya. Selain sebagai wahana sosialisasi, jurnal Religio diharapkan bisa menjadi ruang publik (public sphere) bagi masyarakat, khususnya bagi para akademisi, peneliti, dan praktisi. Substansi isi tulisan jurnal, lebih menitikberatkan pada agenda pengembangan pola pikir keberagamaan yang moderat, yang berpijak pada nilai-nilai demokrasi, pluralisme, multikulturalisme dan toleransi agama. Jurnal Religio didedikasikan untuk mewujudkan paradigma masyarakat agama yang harmonis, pluralis dan transformatif, baik dalam konteks lokal, nasional maupun internasional. Dengan demikian, kehadiran di tengah-tengah masyarakat, diharapkan dapat bermanfaat bagi pencapaian cita-cita bersama, yaitu membangun kehidupan beragama yang menjunjung tinggi nilai-nilai persamaan, keadilan dan perdamaian.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
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MEMBACA KEMBALI AKAR KONFLIK ISLAM-KRISTEN Arifin, Zainal
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 2 No. 1 (2012): March
Publisher : Program Studi Studi Agama-Agama, Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Filsafat, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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This article examines the extent of the roots of the conflict between Muslim-Christian and some new horizons full of hope about the relationship between them because both communities derived from the same ancestor, Abraham. Relationship between Islam and Christianity has been (and always) ambivalent: between conflict and peace, between harmony and discord. Qur?an, the scripture of Moslem, invites others to build an inter-religious dialogue in fair and just way. Qur?an has also put the fundamental principle such as political, economic, social and theological considerations. Since Islam and Christianity have identical sources, it is rather unproblematic to look for the equal methods and systems that could effectively found the dialogue. This article intends to discover the roots of conflict within relationship between Islam and Christianity and try to find new perspectives. This paper will discuss claim of theological finality between Islam and Christianity, Christian justification on the crusades and the efforts to build dialogue and harmony. Seeing such conditions, the world does not remind silent. It means, religious people at the International and Regional takes steps persuasive that is by holding meetings with inter-religious dialogue (inter-faith) for a discussion and find solutions of the problems that arise in the middle of cosmopolitan community by promoting the agenda of humanity, justice, and equality, and peace locally and regionally.
PERBANDINGAN DIMENSI MISTIS DAN DIALOGIS DALAM A COMMON WORD MENURUT CANER DAGLI DAN JOHN CHRYSSAVGIS Akhiyat, Akhiyat
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 2 No. 1 (2012): March
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Religion becomes a way to create such a peaceful condition for human being. In the meantime, pluralism constitutes an undistracted phenomenon which has wrapped human life for any single day. Human live in pluralism and constitutes a part of pluralism either passively or actively. Religious pluralism constitutes a particular challenges faced by world religions at this time. Understanding transcendental mission among religious followers, especially Jews, Christians and Muslim, is un-prevented phenomenon which has created several conflicts based on hatreds and fear. Each religion has been growing within heterogenic environment. Responding the realm of heterogeneity in the global era, we need principally reconciliation. It occurs in the guidance of A Common Word which is practiced as a road map to make religious dialogue and to build peace.  Religious dialogue must be practiced to reduce conflict and theological problem among religious believers. It needs applied approach to solve religious conflict. This article will elucidate the agreed principles in the field of mysticism and attempt to look for the ?melting pot? of religions. The similar perception, equal understanding and tolerance will hopefully shape harmony, peace, and fairness among religious believers, among nations.
ULAMA DALAM PERSPEKTIF NAHDLATUL ULAMA Romzi, Moh.
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 2 No. 1 (2012): March
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The majority of Muslim believes that the Prophet Mohammad is not only a religious leader but also a political leader. Besides excluding policy and order in terms of state and people? problem, he also produces religious instructions related to religion. This condition also prevails in the era of caliphate or Khulafa?ur Rasyidin. At the end of both periods prophet and caliphate, dual function of leadership was disintegrated, the role of state leadership is authorized by caliphate or ?Umarâ while religious leader by ?Ulamâ. After the Prophet?s time, the Caliphate could not appropriately perform the Prophet?s role, in both of mentioned forms. Following the period of ?Alî ibn Abî T{âlib, Islamic state has separated religious affairs from bureaucratic entities: between religion and state. It has eventually created a clash. Religious orders and state regulations are sometimes contending and contradicting. It can be seen from the role of ?ulamâ in dealing with ?umarâ that contradict with sharia or general people? interest. Somehow they contradict each other but also go in cooperation. There is ?ulamâ who is explicitly advising and challenging the ?umarâ but also otherwise. This article aims to explain and analyze definition and interpretation of Islamic leader (ulamâ) from Qur?anic and Hadith perspective. In addition, this article will also describe definition and role of Islamic leader using Nahdlatul Ulama?s perspective.
CONTEXTUALIZING KYMLICKA’S MULTICULTURAL CITIZENSHIP IN SURABAYA Afdillah, Muhammad
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 2 No. 1 (2012): March
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Sebagai kota terbesar kedua di Indonesia, Surabaya memiliki daya tarik yang luar biasa dalam proses urbanisasi, yang secara tidak langsung telah menanamkan benih-benih keragaman di kota ini. Warga kota Surabaya adalah penduduk yang egaliter dan terbuka. Selain penduduk asli yang biasa disebut arek soerabaya, ada juga penduduk pendatang yang berasal dari Madura, Arab, Cina, Ambon, Bugis, dan Melayu. Kelompok-kelompok ini hidup berdampingan secara damai di Surabaya. Artikel ini berangkat dari riset yang penulis lakukan melalui wawancara dengan penduduk lokal, kaum migran, politisi dan intelektual. Riset tersebut bermuara pada pertanyaan bagaimana para pendatang bisa bertahan hidup di Surabaya dalam nuansa keragaman dan keberagaman; serta bagaimana mereka melihat program-program pemerintah seputar multikulturalisme. Dengan merujuk pada konsep multicultural citizenship dari Kymlicka, artikel ini menunjukkan bahwa meski terkesan ?damai,? terdapat resistensi antara penduduk lokal dan migran khususnya yang berkaitan dengan politik dan ekonomi. Sebagian kelompok mayoritas, penduduk lokal termarjinalkan dalam urusan politik dan ekonomi akibat kalah bersaing dengan penduduk migran yang ada di Surabaya. Hal ini semakin diperparah dengan program festival multikulturalisme pemerintah Surabaya yang terkesan seremonial tahunan tanpa melibatkan penduduk lokal.
DINAMIKA WACANA PLURALISME KEAGAMAAN DI INDONESIA Sanuri, Sanuri
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 2 No. 1 (2012): March
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Religious plurality in Indonesia context is interesting enough to be discussed. The plurality of culture, race, ethnic and religion constitutes a social condition that often becomes disintegrated major. Pluralism in the context of religion such as Islam has a pivotal role in dealing with such issue. In Islam, all religions and beliefs are believed to have the right of life. But for a certain group, this matter is considered as a faith destruction of Muslim. This article discusses the response from both internal and external groups of Islam concerning with the understanding of Islam to religious pluralism which is currently considered as a trend of globalization and modernization?apparently raises ideological suspicions or even new ideologies. Therefore, an effort to re-actualization of meanings and values into the frame of Islamization, SIPILIS (secularism, pluralism and liberalism) in Indonesian context is necessary. In addition, re-interpretation of the term ?religious pluralism? will be more oriented to an attempt to search mutual understanding of different cultures, religions, races and tribes. In this context, the social construction method and socio-historical, moral ethics, and theological-philosophical approach under the central issues within a religious pluralism spectrum such as global theology, universal theology, universal friendship, culminated tradition, private faith, relative truth, the real, relative truth, universality and Humanism of Islam are very essential.
DIALOG ANTARIMAN DALAM PERSPEKTIF FETHULLAH GüLEN Khamami, Ahmad Rizqon
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 2 No. 1 (2012): March
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Samuel Huntington?s   Clash of Civilization reveals two civilization poles: Western and Eastern worlds. In the West perspective, Islam is a serious threat. Islam is regarded as a terrifying religion and having rigid characteristic, cruel, radical, no plurality mindset, terrorism, undeserved women subjected, dislike other groups, suicide bombing and others. Fethullah Gulen tried to change this view. He tries to combine Islamic values with universal humanism. The problem on how Islam could live in the modern world that aware of plurality is the background of Gulen?s concern. For him, the way to reconcile any matter of diversity?s problem is through dialogue. Dialogue in complex world?s society constitutes a delightful gift for answering society?s condition todays on. To create cosmopolitan Islam in the world, Gullen offers a kind of dialogues as a bargaining solution of an interreligious, culture and civilization problem. The endeavor of dialogue must be done through institutionalization of multi-cultural educational movement by establishing educational institution based on religious social harmony.

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