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Jurnal Ledalero
ISSN : 14125420     EISSN : 25034316     DOI : 10.31385
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Jurnal Ledalero: Wacana Iman dan Kebudayaan (Discourse on Faith and Culture) was first published in hard-copy form in June, 2002., with ISSN 1412-5420. Since June, 2015, it has also been published electronically, with ISSN 2503-4316. Since it began the journal has been published twice each year, in June and in December. Jurnal Ledalero: Wacana Iman dan Kebudayaan (Discourse on Faith and Culture) is published by Ledalero Catholic School of Philosophy, Maumere, Flores, NTT, Indonesia. It presents articles of critical analysis and the results of research in the fields of philosophy, theology, and in the social sciences such as sociology, politics, psychology, language, anthropology, art and cultural studies.
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HUBUNGAN ANTARA NEGARA DAN GEREJA: IMPLIKASINYA TERHADAP PENYELENGGARAAN PENDIDIKAN AGAMA DAN PENDIDIKAN KEAGAMAAN Nobert Jegalus
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (259.045 KB) | DOI: 10.31385/jl.v12i2.89.221-234

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Should we show our obedience more to the state or to the church? Of course, we must always be obedient to God, but this does not mean that such obedience makes us withdraw ourselves from being obedient to social-human institutions, such as a state. It should be noted that the state institution itself is actually a manifestation of our human social nature established by God. In their respective areas, the state and the church are two autonomous entities. However, as public institutions they are related to each other, thus to a certain extent they are not opposed to each other. In line with this view, the Indonesian government issued some regulations on religious teaching and the teaching of religions to be implemented by the community (church). In this case, the government has the obligation to support and assist educational institutions run by the church. It should be noted, however, that the government’s support and assistance should only be secondary in order not to replace, or even to cease, the educational institutions run by private sectors, such as the church Keywords: Negara, ketaatan, Gereja, ajaran religius, ajaran tentang agama, dan pemerintahan
ARISTOTLE AND THOMAS AQUINAS: TWO ACCOUNTS OF THE VIRTUES Frans Ceunfin
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Pada umumnya boleh dikatakan, ada dua perspektif dalam memahami etika, cabang filsafat yang merefleksikan tentang tingkah laku manusia. Perspektif pertama memberi penekanan pada kualitas hidup atau watak pelaku, sedangkan yang kedua lebih memberi perhatian pada norma-norma bertingkah laku. Pertanyaan penting bagi perspektif pertama adalah ‘Manusia macam apa aku harus menjadi?’, sementara bagi yang kedua, ‘Apa saja norma-norma yang harus kuturuti agar tindakanku baik secara moral?’. Bila kualitas hidup moral pelaku dijadikan sebagai pusat refleksi kita berkutat dengan etika keutamaan (aretaic ethics atau virtue ethics), dengan pendukung dan pembela utamanya adalah Aristoteles and Thomas Aquinas, sementara etika yang bertumpu pada normanorma dikenal sebagai etika kewajiban (deontic ethics atau the ethic of duty) dibela terutama oleh Immanuel Kant. Tulisan ini akan membahas pandangan Aristoteles dan Thomas Aquinas tentang keutamaan. Kata-kata Kunci: Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Thomistic synthesis of the Aristotelian philosophy and the Augustinian theology, habits, human virtues and theological virtues.
AGAMA DAN POLITIK – HUBUNGAN YANG AMBIVALEN DIALOG VERSUS “BENTURAN PERADABAN”? Mathias Daven
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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At base, modern culture is a culture that evolves through the frame of managing non-violent normative conflict. With the acknowledgement of religious freedom as a basic human right, the state and religion have been distinguished institutionally: politics and the state no longer deal with truth, but rather with peace between people of different persuasions. In reality, the institutional distinction between religion and politics/the state has been translated into a variety of different political arrangements, including within the Muslim world; the relationship between politics and religion cannot return to a single (Western) model as the norm. Therefore an analysis of the correlation between religion and politics assumes an appropriate understanding about the relationship between religion and culture, for an analysis of the ties between religion and culture will more or less indicate the ambivalence of religion: on the one hand religions have the potential to critique culture; but on the other hand, religions play a very problematic role: they can take up a sacred form and tend to make absolute areas that are in fact relative, including politics. Religion refers to absolute truth and can be (mis)used in the interests of a religious political elite who collaborate with the political elite of the state which may be far from the key message of the religion in question. Nevertheless, an awareness of the ambivalence of religion and politics encourages us to collaborate between religions and cultures in order to lessen human suffering. Kata-kata Kunci: agama, politik, sekularisasi, modernisasi, ambivalensi, demokrasi, Sekularitas, hak asasi manusia, benturan peradaban, Fundamentalisme, dialog, etika derita.
PENCARIAN KESAKSIAN KRISTEN YANG RELEVAN DI ASIA (Kosuke Koyama: Injil Menurut Pandangan Asia) Eben Nuban Timo
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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To live as church in Asia is very demanding. Asia is known as the continent that gave birth to world religions whose followers in Asia live close to one another as neighbours. Each religion has a certain knowledge about the spiritual richness of her neighbours. Buddhists, for example, know that Christians are requested by the Lord to live a life of self-sacrifice. Christians are called by their master (Jesus) not to go forward fighting on behalf of the cross but to bear their cross on behalf of Jesus, not displaying a self-glorified life but practising self-denial. How is this command to be fulfilled in Asia by the Christian Church? This essay discusses the perspective of one of Asia’s most prominent theologians, Kosuke Koyama. Kata-kata Kunci: Teologi Asia, Tafsiran Dunia Ketiga, Kristologi Asia, Dialog antar Iman dan Agama-agama Asia.
Liberalisme versus Perfeksionisme? Sebuah Tinjauan Filsafat Politik tentang Relasi Antara Agama dan Negara Otto Gusti Madung
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Intolerance and violence in the name of religion often flare up in Indonesia. In this regard the state often fails, and indeed itself becomes part of the violation of the citizen’s right to religious freedom. One root of the problem is a confused understanding among law enforcers and among a part of the citizenship concerning the relationship between religion and the state, between private and public morality. This essay attempts to formulate a concept of the relationship between religion and the state from the perspective of two models from political philosophy, namely liberalism and perfectionism. Perfectionism offers a solution to the pathology of liberalism which tends to privatise the concept of the good life. In perfectionism the thematisation of the concept of the good life as in ideologies and religions has to be given a place in the public sphere. In Indonesia this role is taken by the national ideology of Pancasila. Pancasila requires that religious values be translated into public morality. Kata-kata Kunci: liberalisme, perfeksionisme, konsep hidup baik (agama), negara, Pancasila.
DIALOG:TRIBUTE UNTUK PAUS EM. BENEDIKTUS XVI Markus Solo Kewuta
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Shortly after he was chosen as Bishop of Rome in April 2005, Benedict XVI took a number of steps towards a new dynamics in inter-faith dialogue. He began by setting down fundamental principles, namely knowing and appreciating one’s own faith as the essential condition for sincere cross-religious encounters. That is why, as a prominent dogmatic theologian, in his theological approach he not infrequently laid down clear boundaries, even in grey areas which sometimes drew strong rejection, for a real theological dialogue is not easy. But, according to Benedict XVI, this is the road we have to travel to arrive at a true dialogue, rather than simply politeness or “lip service”. During his period of service, Catholic-Muslim Forum I and II were created with their final declarations; if followed through globally, there would be no need for any more disputes or enmity between Catholics and Muslims. Unfortunately, reality is different. Today Bishop of Rome Francis wishes to follow-up this mission with a different language and emphasis. The core is the same, that through friendship and the principle of reciprocity, Catholic and Muslim peoples respect and understand each other without fear, for we are all brothers and sisters.
DEI VERBUM “ALKITAB BUKU YANG TERBUKA” Simeon Bera Muda
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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The Dogmatic Constitution Dei Verbum on Divine Revelation opens us towards God’s self revelation in the whole universe in order that all be gathered in Christ into full communion with the Triune God. This official teaching sees revelation as a dialogue of love, and a response in faith which is personal, dynamic, historical and centred on Christ and the Spirit. With this broad understanding of revelation, the Dei Verbum Constitution goes on to open up ways of interpreting the Scriptures and understanding how the Scriptures have been read in history (Tradition), thus opening up Bible study as the soul of theology, as well as the anima of prayer, liturgy and spirituality. The local Churches of Indonesia, Asia and the world, including the Society of the Divine Word (SVD), have responded to the invitation to participate in this divine dialogue of love by receiving God’s Word graciously and proclaiming it faithfully in daily life. The essay ends by noting the contribution of the Pontifical Biblical Commission, the Catholic Biblical Federation, Lembaga Biblica Indonesia, St. Paul’s Biblical Centre Ledalero, and the Biblical Apostolate Diocesan Commissions of Nusa Tenggara Ecclesial Province in Indonesia which have facilitated Bible sharing in grassroots communities. Kata-kata kunci: Wahyu, Alkitab, buku terbuka, animasi, mendengar, dialog, mewartakan, kepenuhan hidup, tradisi, penafsiran, doa, refleksi, aksi.
GLOBALISASI EKONOMI, BUDAYA KAPITALIS DAN DEMOKRASI Mikhael Dua
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Globalization, as Anthony Giddens defines it, denotes a shift in the spatial form of human organization and activity to transcontinental or inter-regional patterns of activity, interaction and exercise of power. Under the spirit of capitalism, it can destroy our jobs, hollow out the decision-making power of government, and even threaten the nation-state as the nub of our kind of democracy. Critics of globalization worry about the inability of governments to set their own economic policies. They also worry about the increased power of financial markets to cause economic havoc. Looking at the ethical proposal to this problematic context, this article proposes that we move from an ethical study of the rational foundations of moral norms to a political reflection on the democratic construction of social norms. In such democratic construction, the plurality of views of life will be protected against overweening global capitalism. Kata-kata kunci: Globalisasi, kapitalisme, etika, demokrasi
KEADILAN SOSIAL DALAM TANTANGAN EKONOMI PASAR. Mencermati Gagasan Keadilan Sosial Hayek Andre Ata Ujan
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Is social justice or economic justice a utopia? This would be one of the questions that anyone might immediately raise as he/she reads Friedrick August von Hayek’s position on the idea of social or economic justice. As a classic liberal thinker, Hayek believed that the free market is the ideal economic system for it in nature promotes freedom and equality in a free and open society. Is Hayek’s defence of the free martket economy sufficiently convincing to eliminate any room for social or economic justice to take place? There is actually no free market in a pure sense. The market is not totally free from selfish interests that might be developed by market players themselves in doing business. It is therefore not reasonable to see the market as a purely spontaneous and independent entity. And since it is in fact open to selfish interventions, its outcomes may be just or unjust. Free competition, prompted systematically by the free market system, therefore, could risk human life. For this reason, state intervention to a certain extent is necessary to prevent market competition from endangering citizens’ economic prospects. The state’s intervention is important, as it is necessary, to secure social or economic justice. Social or economic justice is of course an ideal but not necessarily a utopia in a radical sense. Taking the unfortunates’ quality of life as the benchmark in designing and enacting economic policies, social or economic justice might be, at least partially, realized. John Rawls’ idea of maximin rule or maximin strategy can pave the way for the realization of such an ideal that every civilized person or society is essentially craving for. Kata-kata Kunci: Kebebasan, pasar bebas, katalaksi, spontan, impersonal, hukum, keadilan sosial, ekonomi komando, regulasi, maximin rule.
JATI DIRI: YANG NASIONALIS DAN YANG RELIGIUS DALAM BINGKAI KEWARGANEGARAAN Bernard Subang Hayong
Jurnal Ledalero Vol 12, No 2 (2013): AGAMA DAN NEGARA
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Identity, as what defines one’s self directly, touches on the question of human existence: how we identify ourselves and affirm our identity and group admist plural reality as with the nation of Indonesia. Indonesian citizens affirm their identity which is religious and at the same time national. As citizens, on the one hand, we give rational reasons when making political demands, and not simply emotional preferences. On the other hand these reasons have a public quality, that is need to be capable of convincing people of various beliefs and nations. For this to take place there needs to be a discernment process between what is a personal faith matter and those convictions that need to be defended in the public square. Kata-kata Kunci: Jati diri, negara, agama, nalar publik, kesadaran, dialog, pluralitas.

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