Persentuhan Agama Islam dengan kebudayaan asli Indonesia

Miharja, Deni (2014) Persentuhan Agama Islam dengan kebudayaan asli Indonesia. UIN Sumatera Utara, 38 (1). pp. 189-214. ISSN 0852-0720

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The Convergence of Islamic Religion with the Indonesian Indigenous Culture. When Islam first entered Indonesian archipelago, this land was not culturally an empty space. There had existed local culture and developed in the Indonesian society, that has led to cultural acculturation between Islamic teachings and indigenous culture. As such, the ways of observing Islamic teachings are of Indonesian character and not necessarily similar to that of its origin in the Middle East. This paper explores how the convergence of Islamic religious teachings and the Indonesian local culture, especially the Sundanese had occurred. The author concludes that almost all aspects of Sundanese social life have been influenced by the Islamic values. The teaching and law in the Sundanese society could also be associated through art and culture, in such as puppet show (wayang golek), songs, poetry and anecdotes. The Islamic teaching through puppet show has often emphasized obedience to both religious teachings and the state simultaneously as reflection of understanding the fulfillment of God’s command, the Messenger and leader (ûli al-amri) found in the Qur’anic tenets.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Agama Islam; Kebudayaan Asli; Akulturasi
Subjects: Islam Umum > Islam dan Bidang Lainnya
Culture and Institutions > Specific Aspect of Culture
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin > Program Studi Perbandingan Agama
Depositing User: Dr Deni Miharja
Date Deposited: 05 Aug 2019 08:35
Last Modified: 21 Aug 2019 15:10

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