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Journal : Jurnal At-Tibyan: Jurnal Ilmu Alqur���an dan Tafsir

ANALISIS PERGESERAN SHIFTING PARADIGM PENAFSIRAN: STUDI KOMPARATIF TAFSIR ERA KLASIK DAN KONTEMPORER Dozan, Wely
At-Tibyan: Jurnal Ilmu Alqur`an dan Tafsir Vol 5 No 1 (2020): Volume 5 No. 1, Juni 2020
Publisher : Department of Alquran Science and Interpretation of the Faculty of Ushuluddin, Adab, and Da'wah of IAIN Langsa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32505/tibyan.v5i1.1631

Abstract

This paper aims to explore the paradigm shift in the interpretation of the Qur'an in the classical and contemporary eras in the path of interpretation of Ibn Kathir and Fazlur Rahman. The focus in this study examines the causes of shifts in interpretation and contextualization of the interpretation model. The type of research is library research so that in this study using qualitative (descriptive-analytical) research, it is research that describes the object to be critically examined, and looks for the roots of the character's thoughts. The approach that I want to use in this study is historical-analytical, that is, according to historical roots analytically the shift in interpretation occurs. The results of this study indicate that, the interpretation of interpretation in the classical and contemporary era of interpretation is caused by the shifting paradigm, namely the birth of a new methodological concept to prove the suitability between text and social relaity. The argumentation of Ibn Katsir's interpretation of the "Classical Era" The main characteristic of his interpretation model is the textual pattern based on the interpretation of bil ma'tsur. Second, the interpretation of Ar-ra'yi. While Fazlur Rahman "Contemporary Era" can prove interpretation as an effort to solve problems in answering various challenges of the times. This is due to the emergence of a variety of interpretive approaches including: contextual orientation in interpretation, interpretation as social transformation, and gender analysis as an effort to seek justice.