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The Dilemma of Religious Education Model in Indonesia Affecting the Inter-Group Attitudes: An Online Survey Sulaiman Girivirya
AL-ISHLAH: Jurnal Pendidikan Vol 14, No 2 (2022): AL-ISHLAH: Jurnal Pendidikan
Publisher : STAI Hubbulwathan Duri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (436.614 KB) | DOI: 10.35445/alishlah.v14i2.2178


Legally, Indonesia adheres to religious education preferences with a mono-religious model. Ideally, every institutionally registered religious believer in Indonesia has the right to get religious education according to their respective religions. This is also in accordance with international human rights law.  The method used for data collection in this study was virtual -questionnaire. The questions on the questionnaire begin with the choice questions and are followed by open-ended questions.  This study found that not all religious people get religious education by their religion. From the results of this study, some respondents had experienced following religious education by their faith, viewed other groups negatively, and were disturbed by the activities of other religious groups. However, in general, this study showed that those in diverse religious groups did not have difficulty in inter-group contact efforts.
Amalan Makna Persaudaraan sebagai Nilai Kemanusiaan Buddhisme demi Keutuhan Bangsa Wiliem Lesmana; Rustono Farady Marta; Sulaiman Girivirya
Jurnal Riset Komunikasi Vol 4 No 2 (2021): Agustus 2021
Publisher : Asosiasi Pendidikan Tinggi Ilmu Komuniasi (ASPIKOM) Wilayah Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.38194/jurkom.v4i2.303


In the midst of Indonesian society which is full of diversity, so there needs to be a sense of tolerance and respect for these differences in order to maintain the integrity of the nation, where this is in line with Buddhist teachings which also teach to be able to live in people’s lives so that the desired state of peace and prosperity will emerge. communicate as stated in the text of the 2020 Vesak message of Saṅgha Theravāda Indonesia is reviewed through the use of Buddhist communication theory as part of communication theory originating from the east and Buddhist semiotics to dissect the meaning of the text so that it can be practiced in daily life. The findings from the analysis of the text show that each paragraph in the text of the 2020 Vesak message of Saṅgha Theravāda Indonesia has a Buddhist-based communication delivery pattern that is beneficial not only for Buddhists but for the wider community about the importance of practicing the teachings of love in building a spirit of fraternity in order to maintain the integrity of the Indonesian nation.
Pengaruh Pendidikan Sekolah Minggu Buddhis (SMB) terhadap Perkembangan Fisik-Motorik Peserta Didik di SMB Sariputta Buddhist Studies Pekanbaru Hadion Wijoyo dan Sulaiman Girivirya
Jurnal Maitreyawira Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Volume 1, Nomor 1, April 2020
Publisher : STAB Maitreyawira

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Buddhist Sunday School Education (SMB) is very closely related to the physical-motor development of SMB students who have a very broad understanding. SMB education has been provided with a good curriculum, shown with real evidence (with practice and has a purpose), service educators who are responsible by using the heart, and have responsive students. In addition, the use of teaching aids that are appropriate to the development of the situation, delivery methods that are on target, adequate environmental conditions, and material that is easily digested by students in accordance with the times, so that all can be conveyed properly in accordance with the physical-motor development of the participants SMB students by providing optimal results in the form of changes in student behavior. Therefore education must be able to understand changes in student behavior and provide results with the quality of students as expected by parents. SMB education that has vision, mission and quality in the eyes of parents is very important in attracting SMB students to continue learning and help the process of learning and harmony between students and educators so that there will be changes in student behavior. Thus SMB education is expected to have a positive effect on the physical-motor development of SMB students.
Buddhist Economic: For Student Creativity Program in Entrepreneurship by Catera Zebuart Product Tata Ananta Nur Juwarso; Dwi Sagitha Febrianti; Misdayanti; Sulaiman
International Journal of Science and Society Vol 4 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
Publisher : GoAcademica Research & Publishing

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54783/ijsoc.v4i2.472


Several sources of primary Buddhist scriptures, secondary literature, and scientific articles were examined to find out what economic system was derived from the teachings of Buddhism described by Gautama Buddha. The principles of Buddhist economics are investigated from the personal and social ethics of the Buddhists that underlie the system. An economic system that adheres to Buddhist moral norms, and attitudes towards property and wealth that inspire in economic endeavors in particular entrepreneurial behavior. The method used is systematic content analysis. Entrepreneurship based on Buddhist values ​​is also analyzed to be applied in the Student Creativity program in the field of Entrepreneurship. Generosity which is the principle of Buddhist economics in this study is also applied. Through an institution approved by the Directorate General of Buddhist Community Guidance together with the Directorate of Taxes, the Ministry of Finance, six formal institutions similar to the Amil Zakat Agency in Islamic Religious Institutions were obtained. Meanwhile, the selected product is based on the creative economy in the form of a conscious work of art called Catera Zebuart.
PENGEMBANGAN KREATIVITAS MAHASISWA, WAKAKA™: WAHANA KARYA KEBIJAKSANAAN Jodi Jodi; Shenniwaty Vesakha Putri; Imelda Selvia Lestari Sibarani; Sulaiman Sulaiman
Indonesian Collaboration Journal of Community Services Vol. 3 No. 1 (2023): Indonesian Collaboration Journal of Community Services
Publisher : Yayasan Education and Social Center

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53067/icjcs.v3i1.100


Two students of the Buddhist Business and Management Study Program and a student of the Buddhist Counseling Psychology and Education Study Program, along with a lecturer at the Sriwijaya Buddhist College (STABN), the only group representing the Sriwijaya STABN won a competitive grant for the Student Creativity Program (PKM) in Entrepreneurship, 2022. Plastic waste is a life problem in many developing countries, including Indonesia. Various sophisticated tools have been invented through science and technology to recycle plastic waste into economically valuable recycled materials. Together with producer partners, the PKM-K group obtains finished products from t-shirts and hoodies. Inspired by the simplicity and wisdom of zen manifested in the artwork and calligraphy of Catera Zebuart™ design, which has intellectual property rights, the PKM-K group uses it as a screen-printed design on t-shirts and hoodies. Thus, the resulting product is named with the WAKAKA™ trademark: Wahana Karya Wisdom. PKM-K WAKAKA aims to (1) proclaim saving the earth by reducing plastic waste (reduce) reusing items that have been used (reuse), and using items from recycled materials (recycle); (2) inspiring the community through zen wisdom; (3) and for students themselves to practice Buddhist entrepreneurship that has been studied theoretically. Using Buddhist economic principles, 8% of the income from the sale of these WAKAKA products is funded by the Indonesian Buddhist Religious Paramitha Fund Program by the Directorate General of Buddhist Community Guidance, Ministry of Religion, Republic of Indonesia. During the four months the program has been running, from September to December 2022, up to 80 pieces have been sold, with a net profit of IDR 940.80, - (Nine hundred forty thousand eight hundred rupiahs). Based on its objectives, this program has been successfully implemented properly
The Model of Inter-Religious Education in the Perspective of Moderation of Religion: A Case Study at the University of Defense Sulaiman Girivirya
International Journal of Science and Society Vol 5 No 2 (2023): International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
Publisher : GoAcademica Research & Publishing

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54783/ijsoc.v5i2.666


After the rolling reform era, Indonesia was once considered a model of a tolerant country. A place where religion and democracy can coexist. However, over the last five years that image has been called into question. The emergence of various phenomena, such as the burning of the house of worship in Tanjung Balai and the mass mobilization to protest the former Governor of DKI Jakarta Basuki Tjahja Purnama (BTP) or who is more familiarly called Ahok, shows the tendency of intolerance in society to spread to several parts of Indonesia. The State Revenue and Expenditure Budget is allocated 20% for education. Ministry of religion, in 2021 allocates 55.88 trillion (83.46%) for education (ed.: religion and religion). With a budget of this size, people often ask whether such a large budget can have a positive impact on Indonesia's progress, especially from the harmony and harmony of the Indonesian people in building the Indonesian nation. Indonesia itself adheres to a mono-religious view which regulates religious and religious education. However, there are also schools or colleges that carry out religious education with an inter-religious model. This article offers a comparison of the views of religious moderation with the views of the managers of the Religious Education course at the Defense University who study religion using an inter-religious model.
Jurnal Kelola: Jurnal Ilmu Sosial Vol 6 No 1 (2023): Jurnal Kelola: Jurnal Ilmu Sosial
Publisher : Globalwriting Academica Consulting & Publishing

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54783/jk.v6i1.674


The Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbudristek) is aware of a threatening learning crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Education and Culture implements the Independent Curriculum in the hope of increasing students' understanding of basic literacy. As a subject, Buddhism and Moral Education in schools also underwent changes. Using a systematic literature review method, this article offers a study of Borobudur as a learning medium on historical elements found in the independent curriculum in the subject of Religion and Behavior.