Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan

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ISSN / EISSN : 2614-8137 / 2614-8129
Current Publisher: IAIN Bukittinggi (10.30983)
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Lalu Muhammad Ariadi
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 83-97; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.3242

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Fikih manuscripts significantly influenced the Islamic societies typology are changing in Indonesia since the 17th century, i.e. Shirat al-Mustaqim and Tuhfah al-Mursalah. This study aims to analyze the influence of fikih manuscripts on indigenous people's religious patterns and also their religious practices in Lombok. By using the phenomenological approach to indigenous peoples in Central Lombok, this research found the text of fikih were brought to Lombok in the 17th century and the 18th century. This era built the practices of Islam by combining the tradition aspect and the Shafi'i's School paradigm. The manuscripts are using more Arabic-Malay (Jawi) script. They were spread out between Sasak people in Lombok between the 17th century and 18th century from the traders and Sasak people who travelled to several regions in Sulawesi and Sumatra. The manuscripts, such as Shirat al-Mustaqim and Tuhfah al-Mursalah give a strong character to the practices of fikih among indigenous peoples in Lombok. This can be seen on local implementation of wudu' and shalat. By the people in Lombok, this was known as Menjadi Sasak, Menjadi Islam.
Gusnanda Gusnanda, Nuraini Nuraini
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 1-14; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.3237

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This paper discusses the phenomenon of religious intolerance in Indonesia. The spreading of various cases of intolerance lately is a big test for the integrity of Unity of the Indonesian Republic. One religion that is often cornered in the case of intolerance is Islam. Perhaps this is caused by many cases of radicalism, terrorism, and other social unrest carried out by Muslims. This assumption needs to be clarified because Islam never teaches its adherents to intolerance. Amid the undermining of this intolerant virus, love is needed in the motherland. In the Islamic paradigm, it is called Ukhuwah Wathaniyah or national brotherhood. This fraternity which was built with Ukhuwah Wathaniyah put the interests and love of the nation above all else. This conception of Ukhuwah Wathaniyah was practised by the Prophet Muhammad SAW. when he built a Medina society fourteen centuries ago. In the Indonesian Context, the concept of Ukhuwah Wathaniyah needs to be re-actualized to realize religious tolerance in Indonesia.
Muhammad Amin
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 15-29; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.3230

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The phenomenon of memorizing scripture increasingly became the mainstream of Indonesian religious culture with the growth of various tahfidz programs and the broadcast of tahfidz events on national TV. However, Prophet Muhammad has indicated the difficulty of maintaining al-Qur'an since the 7th century AD, and it has remained nowadays. As the answer to this problem, the author conducted an ethnographic study by examining the tradition of mujahadah in Al-Ittifaqiah Islamic Boarding School with there kinds of mujahadah. Mujahadah Ula is a form of quality control on the recitation of a student by means of rotating by five coaches, mujahadah tsaniah is a form of habituation where students are required to fasting 40 days and always recite the whole al-Qur'an with memorization every day, while mujahadah tsalitsah is a form Confirmation of where students will be tested for 15 hours reciting 30 chapters of al-Quran with memorization and listened by the students and coaches in a special majlis.
Fathin Fauhatun
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 54-69; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.2728

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This paper examines Seyyed Hossein Nasr's thoughts on Islam and perennial philosophy in dealing with the problems of modern humans. The purpose of this article is to explain the plight of modern humans and to explain how to overcome this problem through a study of the thoughts of a contemporary Muslim figure, namely Seyyed Hossein Nasr. In Nasr's perspective, perennial philosophy is a philosophy of eternity which is also interpreted as traditional wisdom. This thought about Nasr's perennial philosophy emerged as a critical reaction to what he saw as a crisis in modern humans. Modern civilization in the West which also flourished in the Islamic world, according to Nasr, has failed to achieve its goals because it has caused a variety of existentialism and spiritual crises experienced by modern humans. Through perennial philosophy, Nasr explained that to deal with the problems currently faced by modern humans is to get closer to God through Sufism as has been done by ancient scholars.
Arrasyid Arrasyid
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 70-82; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.2662

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Modernity with the sparkling development of science and technology is not bringing people closer to the happiness of life, but instead increasingly becoming anxious because of the luxury of life that he achieved. In this context, Sufism is often believed to be an oasis for the problems of modernity. The purpose of this study is to describe and review the concepts of maqamat and ahwal in Sufism presented by Abu Nashr as-Sarraj and analyze their relevance to modern human problems. This research is a library research, with the data source in the form of library materials such as books, journals and scientific articles. In accordance with the type, the data collection in this study uses library research methods that are analyzed using the method of description and data analysis. The results of this study indicate that in the view of Abu Nashr as-Sarraj, maqamat is divided into seven levels: taubat, wara’, zuhud, fakir, sabar, tawakal, and ridha. As for the ahwal is divided into: muraqabah, mahabbah, khauf, raja’, syauq, ‘uns, tuma’ninah, musyahadah, and yaqin. Maqamat and ahwal in Sufism is a method in Sufism that can be used as an alternative offer and guidelines for modern humans to achieve the ultimate closeness to Allah SWT in order to obtain true happiness.
Rahmi Nur Fitri
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 42-53; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.2854

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Hamka was a contemporary Indonesian Islamic figure who was involved in many fields. He wrote hundreds of books on various topics of study, philosophy, interpretation, history, customs and culture, literature, and others. When mentioning the name Hamka, then he was an ulama, while his roles in other fields are a little blurred. One of them is a depiction of the figure of Hamka as a historian. Some researchers recognize and acknowledge it as part of a historical researcher, some even study his historical philosophy, while for others give the view that he is not a historian. There are several characteristics and types of historians themselves, including professional historians, historians of other fields, and amateur historians or so-called community historians. The purpose of this paper is to uncover the methods employed by Hamka in writing his historical-themed works by looking at the intellectual socio-historical life. Through this study, it can be concluded that Hamka is included in the class of community historians because there is no formal academic history in his study. However, the various steps he went through in the writing process and his teaching experience are proof that Hamka is a historian.
Irsyadul Ubad, Silfia Hanani, Iswantir M.
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 4, pp 30-41; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v4i1.3182

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The Nagari Manggopoh community has a tradition of commemorating the day of one's death which takes place on the third, seventh, fourteenth, fortieth, hundredth, and thousandth days, but the community does not yet understand the educational values. The focus of the research is educative values in the tradition of commemorating the day of death, and their implications for strengthening Minangkabau traditional values. The object of this research is the Islamic community in Nagari Manggopoh that carries out a tradition of commemorating one's death by analyzing the educational values contained in it. The population in this study is the community who carry out the tradition of the commemoration of death. Data collection techniques are observation and interviews, then analyzed using qualitative analysis techniques, with inductive, deductive, and descriptive methods. The results of this research showed that there were some educative values contained in the tradition, namely sociological, cultural and cultural educational values, historical, and leadership.
Muhammad Taufik
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 3, pp 134-143; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v3i2.2367

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Various studies have been expressed about the progress of Islamic civilization which is strongly influenced by contact with outside traditions, both Greek, Persian, Indian, and so forth. But the important thing that also needs to be underlined is that Islam itself has the values and teachings of the Qur'an which is the main driver of the birth of Islamic civilization. The Qur'an has a very vital and respected position in Muslim communities throughout the world. Aside from being a source of law, moral guidance, guidance of worship and doctrine of the faith, the Qur'an is also a historical and universal source of civilization. This paper will further explore how the embodiment of Islam as a civilization and the historicity of the Qur'an as a trigger for civilization
Akdila Bulanov
Jurnal Fuaduna : Jurnal Kajian Keagamaan dan Kemasyarakatan, Volume 3, pp 144-155; doi:10.30983/fuaduna.v3i2.888

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Currently among Muslim youth there has been a shift in shopping behavior to coffeshop. Muslim youths are looking for excessive entertainment because they tend to follow models of today's development. The presence of the coffeshop has an impact on the consumptive behavior of Muslim teenagers. Based on the participation observation that there is a relationship between the existence of coffeshop to consumptive behavior of Muslim teenagers. Based on the results of the analysis of Islamic economic view that the behavior of consumptive Muslim teenagers is not in accordance with the behavior in consumption in Islamic economics which refers to the three basic principles of consumption that has been outlined by Islam is kosher consumption, consumption of sacred goods and not excessive. Consumption of Muslim teenagers is included in the category of consumptive behavior.
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