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ISSN : 0126396X     EISSN : 27156230     DOI : -
DIALOG (p-ISSN: 0126-396x, e-ISSN: 2715-6230) is a periodical scientific journal which managed by Secretary of The Research and Development & Educational Training Agency - Ministry of Religious Affairs. This journal first published in 1976. But then, it was officially changed in to an electronic journal in 2018. It is published twice in a year (June and December). This journal is called Dialogue as a vehicle to discuss social, political, and religious issues in society.
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NASKAH-NASKAH DI KERATON YOGYAKARTA: Iswanto, Agus
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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This paper presents findings on the Javanese manuscripts available in Jogjakarta, particularly in the library of Jogjakarta Palace. The study portraits the relations between Islam and Javanese culture framed in these manuscripts. Some manuscripts contain the elements of normative Islam in its various genres, while some others are rich with the sincretic elements. These manuscripts elaborate the living Islam in the heart of the Javanese culture and society, especially in the Keraton context. From the historical point of views, this phenomenon is acceptable since along its process, Islam has always been through some interpretations, reinterpretations, and dialogues with and within the scope of cultures where Islam is spread.
TERORISME DI INDONESIA: Mubarok, M Zaki
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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This paper explores some factors that brought about the involvement of three subjects in 2009 terrorist attack, namely Afham, Sonny (both were students of UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta), and Fajar (was an alumnus of the same university). Their involvement in the act of terrorism was manifested by an attempt to protect two fugitive suicidal terrorists of JW Marriot and Ritz Carlton Hotels in 2009, namely Saifuddin Zuhri and M. Syahrir. The study employed qualitative design where the data were gained through in-depth interviews with the subjects and their parents. This study found three essential factors influencing their roles in such terrorist activities, i.e. kinship, friendship, and religious activities.
KONFLIK RUMAH TUHAN: Zada, Khamami
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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Conflicts related to houses of worship in some regions in Indonesia have indicated a tension between the majority and minority groups. The minority found it difficult to build a house of worship, for the majority opposed it. While an attempt of resolution was initiated by the central and regional government including community elites. However, conflict settlements had not always been successful although it was resolved through legal process and mediation. The conflict of GKI Yasmin in Bogor, for instance, was one example that legal process was not effective to resolve the conflict. Similarly, the conflict of mushalla As-Syafi’iyah in Denpasar was also another case where a mediation process with the involvement of local leaders also failed. However, a conflict of temple establishment in Tanjung Pinang showed a successful resolution by a mediation involving the religious leaders and the local government elites. This paper suggests that the resolution of conflicts pertinent to the cases of houses of worship depends favorably on the initiatives taken by the local government and the local religious leaders.
PELAKSANAAN PENDIDIKAN AGAMA PADA SMA YPK DIASPORA KOTA JAYAPURA* Bakar, Asnandar Abu
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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This paper aims at investigating course inovations in religious education developed by SMA YPK Diaspora for non Christian students. In this school, these students were obliged to take Christianity as the religious subject. Course innovation developed by the teachers was based on inquiry approach where the learning was focused on the students’ needs; and that the students were required to be active in developing and exploring the learning materials. This approach was supported by some methods, such as: lecturing, discussion, and practical works so that the students could interact directly with the teachers. By this means, students comprehended the subject better. To explore the students’ competence and to build a good communication with the teachers, a continuous educative interaction was developed so that non-Christian students were motivated to study Christianity. This was to equip the students with sufficient knowledge to build inter-religious harmony. The evaluation results of the religious subject indicated that non-Christian students obtained satisfactory grades in the subject, implying that they were able to comprehend Christianity well.
PELAKSANAAN PENYULUHAN AGAMA DAN PEMBANGUNAN OLEH PENYULUH AGAMA DI KOT DENPASAR BALI jamil, Abdul
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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As the capital city of Bali province and as the main tourist destination, Denpasar serves as the most visited city with sustainable regional budget (APBD). It has been evidence that foreign cultures as part of globalization effect of tourism did not contribute positively to the development of the region. These foreign cultures have been indicated as a negative force to the locals, either on economic, social, or cultural aspects. This paper explores the attempts of the local government, particularly the Office of Religious Affairs of Denpasar in improving the competence of religious communicators as stipulated in the Act of Kepmenkowasbangpan No. 54 / KEP / MK.WASPAN / 9/1999. Similarly, it also presents how these communicators performed their religious communication services amidst the rapid cultural change in Bali.
MEMPERKUAT FORUM KERUKUNAN UMAT BERAGAMA (FKUB) Mubarok, Husni
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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This paper discusses the strategic position of FKUB (Communication Forum of Inter-Religious Communities) for the future of inter-religious harmony in Indonesia, particularly the freedom of religion. It also highlights some issues that might disempower this inter-faith organization. Finally, this paper proposes some ideas for empowering FKUB by listing its weaknesses and some alternative solutions.
KERAGAMAN ORIENTASI PENDIDIKAN DI PESANTREN Basri, Husen Hasan
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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Pesantren (Islamic boarding schools) have been experiencing a rapid growth both quantitatively and qualitatively; shown by the increasing numbers of pesantren and their santri (students) as well as by the various educational orientations. This paper explores how pesantren viewed and articulated the education that they conducted. It applies literature study on several pesantrens which were previously investigated by the Research and Development Centre of Religious Education/Religiousity, other institutions, and individuals for the last 10 years. Additionally, it points out that the diversity of pesantren’s educational orientation was by and large influenced by the ideology of their leaders and managers. A variety of salafiyah (traditional) pesantrens showed a phenomenon of educational dynamicity. As for the variants of modern Gontor pesantren and its networking, education reformation has been the main issue as coined by their founders. Some other pesanten that had relations to modern Gontor pesantren, such as al-Mukmin Ngruki, al-Zaitun, and Hidayatullah focused on preparing Muslim cadres. Moreover, the variants of salafi pesantren constructed their education orientation to maintain the continuity of salafi cultures.
ULAMA BOGOR DALAM PENGEMBANGAN TRADISI INTELEKTUAL: Fakhriati, Fakhriati
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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As other ulamas generally, Bogor ulamas were responsible in developing the intellectual tradition of their society. This tradition was surely influenced by the local Sundanese culture where these ulamas held the central roles. However, the turning time, globalisation, and the borderless society had parsed local Sundanese cultures. This had served as a challenge for Bogor ulamas in maintaining the intellectual tradition with its religious and local nuances. As the cultural brokers, these ulamas’ writings were evidence of their efforts in maintaining the written tradition based on the local cultures and also on the current changes. This paper discusses the efforts taken by Bogor ulamas living in the 20th and the 21st centuries in building their intellectual tradition and adapting to the changes. Finally, it finds out that there are some discrepancies between the intellectual products of the past and the contemporary ulamas either in the content or in the languages as one form of local culture conservation.
PENGELOLAAN PENINGKATAN MUTU MADRASAH Farida, Erlina
Jurnal Dialog Vol 37 No 2 (2014): JURNAL DIALOG
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An excellent madrassa is obviously reflected by its quality. This quality is possessed by MTs Mu’allimaat Yogyakarta which has managed to become one of the favorite and superior madrassas. This is due to the integrity of its human resources that are supported by adequate infrastructures. Another supporting components for the excellence of the madrassa is the wide networks and strong supports of the community members, organizations, and the government. Professionalism and managerial independence also contribute to the success of this madrassa, proven by the academic and non academic achievements of its students. This paper investigates the management of quality improvement in MTs Muallimaat Yogyakarta.

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