Tarik-Ulur Antara Radikalisme dan Multikulturalisme dalam Studi Agama di Abad Ke 21

https://doi.org/10.24042/ajsla.v14i1.4482

Andi Eka Putra

Abstract


The rise of Islam mentioned by some observers of Islamic studies (Islamic studies) in the country often brings its own anomalies. The awakening often brings effects and effects that are often not expected. For example, the strengthening of notions that have not been so deeply rooted in the country, such as the understanding of terrorism and radicalism. Elsewhere, intellectuals and reviewers of the relationship of religions offer other forms such as multiculturalism. These are the two most striking faces of the Milineal or 21st century religious model: the face of radical diversity and the face of multicultural diversity. The first requires a single interpretation, the second puts forward a pluralist interpretation. If the radical face looks fierce, hard, then the multicultural face is more polite and open. Both typologies are theoretically and practically very fluid, and not as strict as the binary opposition between black and white. But both of them are quite representative of the latest variants of religion that can be found in a variety of political discourses, scientific discussions, writings in the form of news and articles in the news, Tolkshow, and serasehan. Both models are even included in the study of religious studies are almost as popular as the terms "normativity" and "historicity"

Keywords


Radicalism; Multiculturalism; 21st Century

Full Text:

PDF

References


Abdurrahman Wahid (ed), Ilusi Negara Islam: Ekspansi Gerakan Islam Transnasional di Indonesia, Jakarta: The Wahid Institute, Al-Maa’rif, Gerakan Bhineka Tunggal Ika, 2009

A. Fadlan, Islam dan Radikalisme di Indonesia, Jakarta: LIPI Press, 2005.

Ariel Heryanto, Identitas dan Kenikmatan, Jakarta: KPG, 2015.

Azyumardi Azra, “Mereka Mengambil Alih Penegakan Hukum”, Republika 2 Maret 2002

Bachtiar Effendi, Radikalisme: Sebuah Pengantar, Jakarta: PPIM IAIN, 1998.

Budhy Munawar-Rachman, Sekularisme, Liberalisme dan Pluralisme, Jakarta: Grasindo, 2010.

Deny Suwito, Radikalisme di Dunia Islam, Jakarta: CMM, 2005.

Hamid Algar, Wahhabisme: Sebuah Tinjauan Kritis, terj. Rudy harisyah Alam, Jakarta: Paramadina, 2005.

Husein Muhammad, Mengaji Pluralisme Kepada Mahaguru Pencerahan, Bandung: Mizan, 2011.

Karlina Supelli, Dari Kosmologi ke Dialog: Mengenal batas Pengetahuan, Menentang Fanatisme, Bandung: Mizan, 2011.

Karen Amstrong, Berperang Demi Tuhan: Fundamentalisme dalam islam, Kristen, dan Yahudi, terj. T. hermaya, Mizan, Bandung, 2013

Larry May, Shari Collins-Chobanian dan Kai Wong (ed), Etika Terapan: Sebuah Pendekatan Multikultural, Terj. Imron Rosyidi, Yogyakarta: Tiara Wacana, 2001.

Martin van Bruinnessen (ed), Coservative Turn: Islam Indonesia dalam Ancaman Fundamentalisme, Bandung: Mizan, 2014.

Nasaruddin Umar, Deradikalisasi Pemahaman Al-Qur’an dan Hadis, Jakarta: PT Elex Media Komputindo, 2014.

Lampung Post, “Organisasi Anti Pancasila Ancam NKRI”, Rabu 11 Mei 2016

Kompas, “Bin dan Kepolisian terus Mengawasi Gerakan Radikal di Indonesia”, Kompas Senin 16 Mei 2016

Republika, “Radikalisme dan Komunisme Tetap sebagai bahaya laten”, Senin 16 Mei 2016




DOI: https://doi.org/10.24042/ajsla.v14i1.4482

Article Metrics

Abstract views : 73 | PDF downloads : 31

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.