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KALAM
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ISSN (Print) 0853-9510 - ISSN (Online) 2540-7759
Published by IAIN Raden Intan Lampung Homepage  [26 journals]
  • Al-Ghazali’s Qur’anic Sufi Hermeneutics: Study on the Story of
           Abraham In Search of God

    • Authors: Habib Habib, Muslich Shabir
      Abstract: The existence of hermeneutics in the Islamic world, especially in the interpretation of the Qur’an is quite problematic. Some Muslim scholars consider hermeneutics to be inapplicable in interpreting the Qur'an. moreover, historically hermeneutics has a close relationship with the tradition of biblical understanding. However, al-Ghazali in his book Jawāhir-ul Qur'ān has introduced hermeneutics-based ta'wil. This article aims to discuss the concept of the Qur’anic sufi hermeneutics developed by Imam Al-Ghazali. This study is a library research with deductive method. The research data were analyzed using Edward Husserl's phenomenology investigation to highlight the illumination of al-Ghazali's method to reach the essence of the text. The results of the study found that the discovery of the essence of the text can be achieved by mystical intuition rather than categorical intuition. Al-Ghazali asserts that individuals who seek the spiritual path are endowed with mystical intuitive abilities. Therefore, mystical experiences and spiritual readers help to uncover the hidden layers and meanings of the Qur'an. As indicated in his interpretation of Q.S al-An'am: 76-78 about Abraham's contemplation when seeking the essence of God. According to al-Ghazali, it shows how Ibrahim uses a higher faculty than the cognitive faculties of sensory perception, creativity and reason. His interpretation of Surah al-An'am relies solely on mystical intuition and cannot be understood by anyone who is not inclined towards such an interpretation.
      PubDate: 2022-02-04
      DOI: 10.24042/klm.v15i2.9523
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Identity Politics of Hijrah Community of "Yuk Ngaji"

    • Authors: Tejo Waskito, Fauzan Fauzan
      Abstract: Artikel ini bertujuan memperlihatkan keragaman dan persaingan gagasan budaya pupuler islami dalam ranah eksistensi identitas Generasi Milenial. Di Indonesia, budaya pupuler islami kerap tampil dalam segmen masyarakat urban yang selalu mengakomodasikan, merundingkan dan mendefinisikan ulang modernitas dalam berbagai bentuk aktivitas keislaman yang visual-seremonial. Secara khusus, kita dapat melihat bagaimana kecenderungan Generasi Milenial yang tinggal di perkotaan berakrobat dengan menggunakan tiga jurus sekaligus; menjadi Muslim taat dengan berbagai identitas religius yang berpegang pada landasan moralitas, menjadi warga negara terhormat yang bertanggungjawab, dan menjadi anggota komunitas produsen-konsumen berskala global. Identitas dan eksistensi menjadi corak bagaimana Generasi Milenial mendaur ulang pandangan keislamannya. Secara mekanis, penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kualitatif dengan teknik pengambilan data berdasarkan observasi, wawancara dan dokumentasi. Adapun objek penelitian adalah komunitas hijrah Yuk Ngaji regional Lampung. Hasilnya menemukan bahwa eksistensi komunitas hijrah Yuk Ngaji ditopang oleh tiga faktor utama yaitu kemampuan memilih pasar dakwah, faktor bahasa sebagai alat konfirmasi dan peran figuritas sebagai magnet. Selain itu, penggunaan media digital baru menjadikan aktivitas hijrah di kalangan Generasi Milenial kian eksis.
      PubDate: 2022-02-04
      DOI: 10.24042/klm.v15i2.10260
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Sufism in the Eyes of Muslim Elites in South Sumatra, Indonesia: A
           Comparison Between Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama

    • Authors: Purmansyah Ariadi, Rulitawati Rulitawati, Muhammad Zainuddin Nawi, Nova Asvio
      Abstract: This study aims at examining the variety of understanding and implementation of sufistic values among elite members of Islamic mainstream organizations, namely Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama, in South Sumatra. It uses a field research method and a descriptive-qualitative analysis. This research finds that elite members of two mainstream Islamic organizations in South Sumatra similarly consider the importance of sufistic values, such as faqr, sabr, tawakkal, ikhlas, and ihsan, for perfecting the self. However, they have differed in how these values are implemented. If the former comfortably practices the substantive forms of sufistic teachings, the latter tends to observe sufistic teachings via the route of tarekat (sufi orders).  Such difference has led to the variety of Islamic practices and dakwah programs organized by both organizations.
      PubDate: 2021-12-31
      DOI: 10.24042/klm.v15i2.10457
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2021)
       
  • Inculturation of Tahlilan Tradition in Lampung and Banten

    • Authors: Moh. Mukri, Agus Hermanto
      Abstract: As a religious tradition, Tahlilan cannot be put in  isolation of debate among Indonesian Muslim society. In one side, it is believed as part of Islamic teachings which do not contradict with the Shari’a, while the other considers it as a syncretistic practice that has no guidance in the Qur’an and As-Sunnah.  Apart from the controversy surrounding it, this study aims to examine, both philosophically and sociologically, how the actual process of inculturation between religious and cultural values in the Tahlilan tradition is constructed and embedded, so that it persists as a tradition constantly alive. As the field research, this study explores data from two different areas, namely Lampung and Banten. As a result, this study would like to describe although the Tahlilan tradition in both areas has the same essence and purpose, as al-adah muhakamahor customs, to recite the holy verses of the Qur’an, dzikir, and pray to the spirit of someone who has died in order to gain God’s forgiveness, the inculturation of both areas has its own distinctions and peculiarities.
      PubDate: 2021-12-30
      DOI: 10.24042/klm.v15i2.9989
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 2 (2021)
       
 
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