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LOGOS (Jurnal Filsafat - Teologi)
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Core Subject : Education, Social,
Terbit 2 (dua) kali dalam setahun, Bulan januari dan Bulan Juli oleh Fakultas Filsafat Universitas Katolik Santo Thomas . Majalah ini berorientasi pada Nilai-nilai kemanusiaan dan keagamaan ini dimaksudkan sebagai media untuk mengangkat dan mengulas pengalaman manusia dan religius berdasarkan disiplin ilmu filsafat dan teologi serta ilmu-ilmu humaniora yang terkait dengannya.
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SEKSUALITAS MANUSIA SEBAGAI REALITAS DAN PANGGILAN KEPADA CINTA KASIH : Refleksi atas Hakekat Seksualitas Manusia Antonius Moa
LOGOS Vol 3 No 1 (2004): Januari 2004
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Experience - both in practical and theoretical sphere - teaches and reminds us that sexuality is a reality inseperable from humanity. It is a human reality. Such a conviction rises a consequence of a deeper understanding that the whole being and existence of human being can only be understood, realized and lived within and through the reality of human sexuality itself, namely being male or female. None is neutral. As human being, he or she must be female or male. As such - being female or male - he/she is an image of God who are love. This implies that sexuality as a human reality is a call towards love.
ECCLESIA IN ASIA ANUGERAH BAGI MISI GEREJA ASIA Yacobus Hariprabowo
LOGOS Vol 3 No 1 (2004): Januari 2004
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The mission activity in the largest continent of the world faces many problems. Asia has diversity in the races, peoples, culture, mentality, languages and ancient religions. Asian religions are highly developed and permeate the whole texture of peoples’ spiritual and cultural life. The history of the christian mission in Asia goes back to the first century. In fact Jesus and Christianity were born in Asia. However, Christianity at present is still a minority in its birth place. In the third millennium, the mission in Asia is just beginning. In the first place the Asian Churches are no more objects of mission but subjects. New mission theology, theology of religions and contextual theologies are gradually emerging. The Special Assembly for Asia of the Synod of the Asian bishops, and the Apostolic Exhortation Ecclesia in Asia of John Paul II, gives priority to the encounter of Christianity with the cultures and ancient religions of this continent, characterizing the specific challenge that evangelisation meets there.
ALLAH BERBICARA MELALUI MIMPI (AYUB 33:13-18) Paulus Toni Tantiono
LOGOS Vol 3 No 1 (2004): Januari 2004
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The lamentation of Job (Job 31:35) needed to be answered by God, whom Job considered extremely unjust by causing great sufferings into his life. His three closed friends (Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar) were rather his enemies in defending the traditional thesis of retribution. Although he pleaded against God, he found no answer from God. In his desperation, finally, Job appealed to a legal metaphor against God, and in this moment Elihu appeared as an arbiter, who presupposed to judge Job in God’s stead, and tried to respond to Job’s requests in judicial style. Elihu tried to convince Job that God did hear his lamentation and answered him. Only Job could not hear it, since God was greater than human beings and He answered in unpredictable ways, in this case He was talking “through dreams” as “a divine revelation”. Dream was God’s effort to turn Job from wrongful deeds or pride (Job’s arrogance in assuming complete integrity before God). It tended to warn Job to change his attitude into a faithful life.
USAHA MENGGAPAI KESALEHAN DALAM ISLAM Yohanes H. Yuwono
LOGOS Vol 3 No 1 (2004): Januari 2004
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An effort to gain holiness is a spiritual activity. In Islam, this spiritual activity cannot be done out of exoteries deeds, that is why it looks real and visible, especially in our country where Muslims are majority; this activity is performed by most of our countrymen and countrywomen, so it attracts the mass media to report. The direct consequent is that the faithful of other religions, especially the Christians feel themselves as outsiders. As they watch their Muslim brothers and sisters doing their devotion, they (at least in their hearts) criticize, judge and make comparison with their religious pieties. To know the deep meaning of islamic pieties first of all we have to understand the spirituality of Islam so that we can avoid unfair and subjective comparison. This study is intended to widen our horizon of mind and as we learn from our Muslim brothers and sisters let us practice our piety intensively as they do.
PEMEKARAN PERAN MANUSIA DALAM PENINGKATAN TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM) DI BIDANG PENDIDIKAN Frietz R. Tambunan
LOGOS Vol 3 No 1 (2004): Januari 2004
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The implementation of regional autonomy after the end of the New Order Regime in Indonesia has become the focus of many discussions nowadays. This new spirit has affected many sectors in the society, including education. One of the elements of the regional autonomy is the demand for decentralisation in education. That means the distribution of the power from the center to the pheriphery. Needless to say, decentralisation is the substance of every educational reform but this demand has become greater due to the new demand of the implementation of the Total Quality Management in education field. Within this perspective, this paper will discuss the implementation of the TQM in education which in its very substance means the distribution of some power from the higher authority to the lower one and in the second place the empowering of the development of the human resources in the shoop-floor level. As happens in the industrial sector, the quality of product much depends on the quality of the workers who involve in the process of production. The quality of the education result – the educated and skilled person – depends on the quality of those who are involved in the educational process.

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