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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
Articles 347 Documents
MEDIATING SHARI’A AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: THE CASE OF THE SO-CALLED FALSE PROPHET IN INDONESIA Rochman, Afifur
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/religio.v10i1.1306

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Indonesia?s religious blasphemy law has been used to restrict the religious freedom of the so-called false prophet (nabi palsu). The prominent examples are Lia Eden and Ahmad Musadeq, to name but a few. They were previously Muslim and later maintain their prophethood respectively, claiming to be the heir of preceding prophets, most notably within the Abrahamic religions. Referring to this law, both Eden and Musadeq are arrested for the charge of blasphemy against religion. This article seeks to examine the phenomenon of Indonesian prophets from the perspective of Shari?a and human rights to religious freedom in the Indonesian context. Can both Shari?a and the Human Rights accommodate the Indonesian prophethood? This article aims at reconciling the two different viewpoints in favor of the realization of justice and equality regardless of religious identity. The reconciliation I propose implies evaluating permissible restrictions of religious freedom within the Indonesian legal framework that takes religious values into consideration.
THE DILEMMA BETWEEN RELIGIOUS DOCTRINE AND POLITICAL PRAGMATISM: STUDY OF HAMAS IN PALESTINE Hannase, Mulawarman
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/religio.v10i1.1308

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This paper aims to examine how Hamas as an Islamic movement which adheres to the Muslim Brotherhood ideology came into the political public sphere from 2006 until today. Can Hamas maintain the purity of its religious doctrine when the movement engages in a political election in Palestine? This research uses a qualitative method and adopts the theory of political normalization by Antony Bubalo and Greg Feely to analyze how Islamists movement runs into a secular democratic system by participating in the election, establishing political parties, and contributing within a parliamentary and presidential system. From a theological perspective, this research shows that violence involved by an Islamist group in particular due to their theological interpretation. Meanwhile, from a political perspective, Hamas tries to adapt its approach with the political condition and runs with the contextual realm as well as other political groups from different ideological backgrounds.
MEMBANGUN MASYARAKAT BERPENGHARAPAN: BELAJAR DARI PENGALAMAN MASYARAKAT DUSUN CABEN KABUPATEN BANTUL Yoachim, Agus Tridiatno; Suryanti, Chatarina
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/religio.v10i1.1309

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This paper describes how the people of Caben, Bantul, Yogyakarta, were able to carry out the crisis of earthquake on May 27, 2006. It happened because of their hopes and submission to God. These attitudes have been refined through spreading love and solidarity between people. This research found that love and solidarity cannot be separated from the virtue of hope and faith. These two essential virtues are very important for those who suffer from a disaster. Learning from the people of Caben, Bantul, this paper considers that a hopeful community could be constructed by spreading love and solidary. Social encounters and cooperation must be continuously preserved to make social cohesion and network. It represents a thankful behavior toward the mercy of God. It is always relevant to have such a hopeful community here in Indonesia as the country of disaster.
DINAMIKA HOAX, POST-TRUTH DAN RESPONSE READER CRITICISM DI DALAM REKONSTRUKSI KEHIDUPAN BERAGAMA Zaluchu, Sonny Eli
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): March
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This research is conducted through literature review to expose and analyze hoax phenomenon, post-truth paradigm, and reader-response criticism. This paper aims to elucidate the social extent to which hoaxes are formed as a result of the presence of post-truth paradigm in the mind of information waves as well as the impact of the digital revolution. The phenomenon will be described through hermeneutical method using reader-response criticism approach in the context of religious life. The research found that spiritual life can be developed in the right way through media-literacy, besides the spread of hoaxes, disinformation, and truth-oriented personal beliefs rather than facts.
KOMODIFIKASI AGAMA DALAM GERAKAN MAJLIS TAFSIR AL-QUR’AN (MTA) DI SURAKARTA Faddad, Zaki; Mardiah, Anisatul
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/religio.v10i1.1311

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This paper aims to describe the process of religious commodification within Majlis Tafsir Al-Qur?an (MTA) in Surakarta. The teaching and practices of MTA (such as the doctrine of salvation, leadership and brotherhood, and the practice of pengajian) have effectively constructed social belonging among its members. It represents the production of social identity, loyalty, and solidarity. Besides, the charisma of its leader, Ahmad Sukino, has become a center of social appeal. Social belonging and charisma become influential elements for the MTA members. One of the MTA compelling-doctrines is the doctrine of jihad harta. It occurs through mobilizing the contribution of MTA members and commodifying pengajian. Referring to Kitiarsa (2010), there are at least two reasons behind this religious commodification: commodity and market. MTA monetizes religion-based objects, such as brochures, books, and videos. Pengajian becomes a market where the process of commodification follows.
RELIGIOUS PLURALISM DISCOURSE IN PUBLIC SPHERE OF INDONESIA: A CRITICAL APPLICATION OF COMMUNICATIVE ACTION THEORY TO INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE Kim, Sung Min; J.B. Banawiratma; Sofjan, Dicky
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/religio.v10i2.1307

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This paper examines religious pluralism discourse in post-Reformasi Indonesia. Though there is general consensus about the importance of maintaining inter-religious harmony, there are still various perspectives and arguments on the idealization of dealing with religious diversity in society. The differences are found not only between the advocates and opponents of religious pluralism but also among proponent groups of religious pluralism. This paper looks at how religious organizations for inter-religious harmony struggle for legitimating their religious pluralism ideals in society. In this context, this paper, by using Habermas? theory of communicative action, focuses on the characteristics of their efforts to communicate with others in the public sphere. It examines inter-faith dialogue done by NGOs? activities and arguments, focusing on their validity claims for justifying religious pluralism. This paper argues that some conceptions and presuppositions of this theory need to be critically assessed and modified in analyzing these NGOs? discourse so that it can be appropriately applied to the Indonesian context in which religion has substantial power to influence people?s thoughts and behaviors. Particularly it will point out 1) the problem of universalized rationality, 2) power relation and strategic action, and 3) the role of religious reason in public discourse.   [Artikel ini mengkaji diskursus pluralisme agama di era pasca-Reformasi Indonesia. Meski ada kesepakatan akan pentingnya membangun harmoni lintas agama, tapi pada tataran praktiknya masih ada pelbagai perspektif dan argumentasi dalam menyikapi keanekaragaman agama dalam masyarakat. Perbedaan ini tidak hanya ditemukan di kalangan mereka yang kontra, tapi juga di kalangan mereka yang pro pluralisme agama. Artikel ini bermaksud meneliti bagaimana organisasi agama yang memperjuangkan harmoni lintas agama berjuang memancang ide-ide ideal mereka terkait pluralisme agama di masyarakat. Dalam konteks ini, penelitian ini mengacu pada teori communicative action-nya Habermas dan fokus memantau karakteristik organisasi-organisasi tersebut dalam berinteraksi satu sama lain di ruang publik. Artikel ini bermaksud menguji sejauh mana dialog antar-agama dilakukan oleh organisasi-organisasi ini, terutama validitas klaim mereka dalam menjustifikasi pluralisme agama. Artikel ini berargumen bahwa konsepsi dan asumsi dari teori-teori tersebut perlu ditinjau ulang secara kritis untuk bisa diterapkan dalam konteks Indonesia, di mana agama masih memiliki kekuatan potensial untuk mempengaruhi pemikiran dan perilaku masyarakat. Secara khusus artikel ini akan membahas 1) problem rasionalitas universal, 2) relasi kuasa dan aksi strategis, serta 3) peran logika agama di ruang (diskursus) publik.
THE EMERGENCE OF NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT AND THREATS TO SOCIAL HARMONY IN KUPANG, EAST NUSA TENGGARA Basyir, Kunawi; Ja?far, Suhermanto
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/religio.v10i2.1428

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: In the post-reformation era, a new situation of religious life has challenged the Indonesian people at large. Several conflicts arose in many areas to dispute socio-religious harmony. Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, is not an exception. In this area, the conflict occurs along with the presence of new religious groups within society. Through a phenomenological approach, this research deals with som

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