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Seri FilsafatTeologi Widya Sasana
ISSN : 14119005     EISSN : 27463664     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35312/
Seri Filsafat Teologi Widya Sasana focuses on philosophical and theological studies based on both literary and field researches. The emphasis of study is on systematic attempt of exploring seeds of Indonesian philosophy as well as contextualization and inculturation of theology in socio-political-historical atmosphere of Indonesia. Scope of Seri Filsafat Teologi Widya Sasana covers various perspectives of philosophical and theological studies from interdisciplinary methodology and cultural-religious point of view of traditions.
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Membangun Identitas Inklusif - Krisis Identitas Dalam Lensa Kajian Poskolonialisme Robertus Wijanarko
Seri Filsafat Teologi Vol. 30 No. 29 (2020)
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Multidimentional crisis which became more visible in the Covid-19 pademic era, actually rooted in the crisis of identity of Indonesia. It occurs, especially when identitys is considered as essential caracters or inherent features of this nation, inherited from the previous generation. The understanding of such kind of identity causes defensive, exclusive attitudes at the level of individual, communal, or even as a nation. In this perspective life is simply considered as an arena of contestation and will end up in the subordination of the others. By utilizing the lens of Postcolonial Theory, I axhibit the roots of that crisis of identity, and also propose a new perspective, which is comprehending identity as a production or a continuous process in a making. This new understanding of identity, I believe, will enable Indonesia to cope with the crisis, and to find ethical foundations in preserving and cultivating their life inclusively.
Sahabat-Sahabat Tuhan Yesus Suatu Renungan Teologi Biblis Berthold Anton Pareira
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To know who are the friends of Jesus is very important for every christian because He is “the way, the truth and the life” and “no one comes to the Father except through” Him (Jn 14:6). Friends of Jesus are tax collectors and sinners,infants/simple, John the Baptist, Lazarus our friends and every christian who does His commands.
Dinamika Persahabatan Barnabas dan Paulus Didik Bagiyowinadi
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Barnabas and Paul are the apostles for the Gentiles. Luke does not mention explicitly that both are close friends (philos). This article explores their relationship from the writings of Luke and Paul himself and shows that these apostles who have different backgrounds are not only co-workers or companions in proclaiming gospel. Both have become friends, not because of their quantity of togetherness, but because of the quality of their relationship that marked by mutual belief and support, and one mind-one heart in their joy and suffering in service. Although in the second missionary journey they are separated, the spirit of love is prioritized so that they find the good ending. The dynamic of their friendship would inspire those who are doing the same assignment.
Merayakan Persahabatan Yang Memerdekakan Refleksi Atas Pandangan Odo Casel Tentang Misteri Kehadiran Karya Keselamatan Dalam Liturgi Pius Manik
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Scripture shows that liturgy is the basic reason why GOD saved his people so that God’s chosen people might freely worship God (Ex 4:23) in spirit and truth’ (Jn 4:24). Liturgy becomes a mediator and a moment for the real presence of God’s saving deed. The relationship between God and His/Her people is drawn into a reality in our liturgy. Odo Casel reflects on our relationship with God is not a mere speculative idea but it is an objective reality that happens in our daily life. The Encyclic Mediator Dei emphasizes the Divine aspect of God’s grace in the history of salvation that restored our relationship with God.
Kontributor Kurniawan Dwi Madyo Utomo
Seri Filsafat Teologi Vol. 30 No. 29 (2020)
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Persahabatan Dalam Perspektif Neo-Thomisme Yoseph Pieper Sermada Kelen Donatus
Seri Filsafat Teologi Vol. 30 No. 29 (2020)
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Neo-thomism is a school of philosophy that revives the philospical-theological thoughts of Thomas Aquinas. This article contains of the thoughts of Yoseph Pieper, a German Catholic philosopher who follows Neo-Thomism. Joseph Pieper’s works show their root to Thomas Aquinas’ philosophy. Pieper’s concepts on man and society, as discussed in this article, become the writer’s perspective to convey the concept of friendship which concluded from Pieper’s concept about an ideal Christian: a man of faith, hope, love, temperance, justice, courage, and prudence.
Homo Homini Amicus: Tanggungjawab Kultural Gereja Dalam Zaman Ini Raymundus I Made Sudhiarsa
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This article is to promote the values of friendship from the Christianity anthropology perspective in the frame of nation community as a shared-home. Very often, friendship is reduced exclusively on ‘in-group’ and enriched by primordial mentality (religion, culture, race, communities in the society). They who don’t agree with the values lived by the ‘in-group’ regarded as ‘the others’, even, treated as dangerous opponents. Firstly, to build a great cultured society, the concept of ‘friendship’ (Latin: amicitia; Greek: philia) should be re-defined. In the Christianity anthropology, friendship, as the highest form of relationship, has its source in the belief that man is created in ‘God’s image’ (Gen 1:26-28), who has the responsibility to manage the shared-world to live together in harmony. Secondly, the Catholic education institutions, from elementary to university, need to continually self-empowered with the spirituality of friendship which promotes more civilized humanity, ‘with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength’ (Mark 12:30)
Kolegialitas: Suatu Bentuk Formasi Berkelanjutan Imam Edison R.L. Tinambunan
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Ongoing formation is a subject which is very actual at this present time in relation with priesthood which has been pointed out by the Second Vatican Council. The church has promulgated various documents to this urgent need. One aspect of the ongoing formation is priesthood collegiality to Jesus Christ as high priest, to church where is incardinated, to hierarchy as his institution, to the other priests as his colleagues and to lay people who is also his peer of pastoral service. The intention this writing is to revive priest that the effectiveness and efficacy of pastoral service is collegiality.
Humanisme Bagi Sesama – Menyingkap Akar Kekerasan Dalam Relasi Antarmanusia Dan Etika Tanggung Jawab Menurut Emmanuel Levinas Editha Soebagiyo
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This article contains the most fundamental text of Emmanuel Levinas. His unique contribution is his argument that the morality is not a branch of philosophy, but first philosophy (TI 304). His starting point is the actual concrete encounter, with the “face” of the other, that underlies our sense of self and identity, and this, in turn is the beginning of Levinas’ understanding of what Philosophy is. Philosophy begins with the other and ethics is undertood as a relation of infinite responsibility to the other person. By this, he means that when we face someone, before we decide to respond others (to wish someone “great day”, to give or not to give money to a beggar), we are already put into a relationship with them. This is the reason why he calls that relationship ‘the original relation’. This unconditional responsibility is not something we take on or a rule by which we agree to be bound, it exists before us and we are ‘thrown’ into inexhaustible responsibility for them without any choice. Although his big idea is not adequate for the solution of all our ethical problems, we find the strength of Levinas’ position in reminding us to the nature of ethical demand, which must be presupposed at the basis of all moral theories.
Misi Dalam Kaitannya Dengan Pemikiran Martin Buber Franciscus Hardjosetiko
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Mission focuses on the relationship between humans. Therefore, Christian anthropology becomes a supporter of the church's mission. In this study Martin Buber's thought could be one of the inspirational materials of the Church's mission. His background of thinking fits perfectly with the theme of the seminar. Martin Buber's background is at odds with his idea of how one should relate to others.

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