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Al-Albab ISSN 0216-6143 (print) and ISSN: 2502-8340 (online) is an interdisciplinary journal published twice a year in print and online (e-journal) by the Pontianak State Institute of Islamic Studies, Pontianak. The journal was offline and started to be online in 2012. The e-ISSN was issued in 2016. Review processing started to be online in 2016 by using available tolls provided by the OJS. Reviewers may choose to use Review Form provided by the OJS or doing review process on the manuscript using Tracking Changes menu provided by Microsoft Word.
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WHEN GOD TALKS BACK. UNDERSTANDING THE AMERICAN ENGANGELICAL RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD. ALFRED A KNOPF, NEW YORK. Luhrmann, Tanya; Hatib Abdul Kadir, Reviewed by:
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This book is started with the main question, how come some people in the USA believe in an invisible being, that is God. How has belief in God come to influence people’s lives? How has God come to be really present in human life? Almost 100 percent people in the US, believe in God according to a Gallup Poll (Luhrmann, 2012: xi). In addition, religious enthusiasm for American has grown increasingly rapidly. Throughout the 20th century, American churches and congregations have developed remarkably (Luhrmann, 14). Even Luhrmann gives an example about the paradoxical things. Many people thought that the hippie vision would bring radical revolutionaries movement that threated the right wing. As a contrary, Christian Hippies play significant roles in making religion to be able publicly accepted (even though there were on drugs) (Luhrmann 16-17)
CONVERTING TO ISLAM Atio, Segu
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Despite the fact that early Chinese expeditions to this country were led by a Muslim Chinese named Zheng He (Cheng Ho), the overwhelming majority of Chinese Indonesians currently embrace religions other than Islam. This article aims to give a first-hand account of a Chinese woman who converted to Islam and the stereotypical opinion commonly held among Chinese Indonesians, particularly those living in Pontianak, about it. This article also looks at why a conversion to Islam is always seen with a puzzled frown. Keyword: Convert, Islam, Chinesse
ISLAM AND PLURALITY OF SOCIETY IN WEST KALIMANTAN Abdillah, Zulkifli
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The plurality of the society in West Kalimantan has been formed since the earliest days of the appearance of Islamic style kingdoms or sultanates. However, in its development in the last few decades, the plurality has created social conflicts, especially among Muslims themselves. By using the perspective of normative teachings of Islam and the historicity of its congregants, this paper aims to present the argument that plurality is a thing that must be accepted by anyone as an inevitability. Keywords: Plurality of society, Malay, Dayak.
STRENGTHENING ETHNIC AND RELIGIOUS HARMONY: IN THE PLURALIST MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF WEST KALIMANTAN Salim, Moh. Haitami; Syamsul Kurniawan, Reviewed By:
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It is a reality that we are living in the midst of diversity of the community. Moreover, as a country with various ethnic groups, Indonesia is famous for its diversity, ranging from ethnicity, race, origin, ancestry, religion, language, custom, to the level of education, social and economic backgrounds. Just imagine this country, which now has a population of more than 200 million, is made up of hundreds and even thousands of ethnic groups, more than 525 languages and dialects spreading over approximately 17,800 large and small islands, stretching along 5,150 km between the continents of Asia and Australia, and between the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean at the equator.
ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC PRODUCTION IN MALAY CLASSICAL LITERATURE ACCORDING TO SHEIKH DAUD AL-FATANI Towpek, Hadenan; Borhan, Joni Tamkin
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Sheikh Daud bin ‘Abdullah al-Fatani (1131-1265AH/1718-1847CE) is a Malay scholar who appears on the transition period to 18M and 19M century. He was known as a productive scholar and prolific book, which can be viewed from various aspects. Therefore, this article attempts to analyze his views on aspects of production as discussed in his masterpiece Furu‘al-Masa’il and specifically referred to in chapter transaction. This article uses content analysis methods through a thematic approach in identifying the aspects of production. This article identifies at least nine aspects contained in the production of the work of priority in economic aspect, the aspect of work/effort, capital, profit-generating aspect, the aspect of profit distribution, aspects of joint agricultural projects, exploring aspects of soil, aspect prohibition of usury and aspects of the general offer. This finding indirectly indicates that the views of Sheikh Daud al-Fatani presented in the book furu‘ al-Masa’il are an ever green that is a deep insight into and remain relevant from the past, present and future. Key Words: Economic, Production, Malay, Daud Al-Fatani
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAM IN THE KUBU KINGDOM (1768 – 1944) Mahrus, Erwin
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The origin of the Kubu Kingdom was previously marked with the establishment of a village at the junction of three rivers and the construction of a fort in 1768. In other words, Kubu was a checkpoint to secure the waters from pirate attacks (Djunaidy, 2001). The new village was officially named “Kubu” in 1775 (Yosep, 1995). Later on, it became a kingdom because of the massive migration into the new territory. They embraced Islam and made it an Islamic Kingdom in West Borneo. The territory of Kubu Kingdom was very limited merely to include Padang Tikar, Terentang, Kubu, and Teluk Pekadai. Originally this area was empty. It means that the Kubu Kingdom initially did not consist of densely populated villages. As a new region, it is thought that the establishment of this Kingdom coincided with the advent of Islam brought by Syarif Idrus Alaydrus. Thus, there have been long dynamics of Islamization in this Kingdom, and reached its peak when Syarif Abbas was in power. During his reign, the institution of the mufti was created and a number of religious works were written. This paper looks at the process of early entry and development of Islam in the Kubu Kingdom, its religious scholars and their works as well as its religious institutions that once existed in the Kingdom. Keywords: Islam, Kubu Kingdom, religious works and religious institutions
GOOD TO GREAT: WHY SOME COMPANIES MAKE THE LEAP…AND SOME OTHERS DON’T Collins, Jim; Zaenuddin Hudi Prasojo, Reviewed by:
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The book consists of nine chapters explaining the concept of Good to Great. Starting from emphasizing that “good is the enemy of great”, Jim Collins provides great explanations as well as arguments of why his concept is very important for leaders who want to be successful in their efforts of building “enduring results” of their companies, organizations, or institutions. He in detail explains four principles underlining the framework of good to great. There are disciplined people (level 5 leadership and first who, then what concepts), disciplined thought (confront the brutal facts and the Hedgehog concepts), disciplined action (culture of discipline and the flywheel concepts), and building greatness to last (clock building, not the time telling and preserve the core/stimulate progress concepts). For further analysis of the Good to Great, I will shortly summarize the concept of how to make something good to be great explained in the book in the following section. I will also conclude this paper by commenting on the concept as my critique toward the theory of Good to Great.
RELIGION IN FREUD’S APPROACH Mukrimin, Mukrimin
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This article aimed to examine the essence of religion by using Sigmund Freud’ psychoanalysis. It looks at the Freud’s theories: “the ontogenic” and “the phylogenenic”. The origins of religious and belief traditions, as Freud had mapped, are neurosis, precarious future, and religion’s masculine roots. Freud’s realist approach on religion brought a controversy on the study of religion, i.e., by associating his patients and order cultural phenomena (art, literature, and philosophy). His falsification over religion mad Freud as the most controversial man in his time. For Freud, the truth-value of religious doctrines does not lie within the scope of the present enquiry. It is enough for us, as Freud asserts that we have recognized them as being, in their psychological nature, illusions. Key Words: religion, Freud, philosophy, psycho-analysis.
ETHNIC RELATIONS IN THE CITY OF PONTIANAK (A STUDY OF INTER-ETHNIC RELATIONS AT GANG DAMAI, KOTA BARU, PONTIANAK) MS, Ibrahim
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Peace and harmony in life is one of the goals of the communities at Gang Damai in their social relations. This condition becomes very special when, in other places at the same time, conflicts and hostilities often occurred in the history of inter-ethnic relations in this region. This is the underlying reason of the naming of the place of this research i.e. “Gang Damai” (peaceful alley). This study found four key factors underlying the harmony and good relations between the ethnic groups; first, a positive outlook on the ethnic communities; second, distinctive efforts undertaken by the community members in order to continue to maintain good social relations, security, peace and harmony; third, awareness practiced by all communities in an effort to build and maintain social relations in the spirit of solidarity; fourth, different ethnic communities manage to minimize all forms of issues that could potentially become a trigger for conflicts by building intensive communication and social relations among themselves. In addition, unique social relation patterns built and inter-ethnic marriages have also become a model in building peaceful ethnic relations at Gang Damai until today. Keywords: Peace, Harmony, Social Relations, Ethnicity
SYNCRETIZATION OF CHINESE RELIGION IN SINGKAWANG WEST KALIMANTAN Hidayat, Samsul
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This paper attempts to shed light on the context of religiosity which is very pluralistic and dynamic in Indonesia. It is based on the field research conducted in Singkawang focusing on the Chinese religion. Some important conclusions could be drawn here such as the syncretization of the Chinese religion concerning the understanding of the existence of God and the gods which often has overlapping hierarchy including syncretic perspectives on understanding cosmology, mythology, symbols associated with mystical tales and supernatural beings. In the process, many Chinese Indonesians in Singkawang who are demographically Buddhists, Christians, or Muslims, still perform a pattern of worship of Confucianism or Taoism in their daily lives. The procedure of worship has also been modified so that its format differs from that found outside Indonesia. Meanwhile, during the celebration of the Chinese lunar new year and Cap Go Meh (the fifteenth night), Chinese Indonesians in Singkawang perform a ritual to get rid of bad luck. It is a unique, syncretic ‘collaboration’ between Chinese traditions and local culture. Keywords: Syncretization, Religion, Chinese, Singkawang.

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