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International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology
ISSN : 27228894     EISSN : 27228886     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47043/ijipth
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology (IJIPTh) is a blind-reviewed philosophical-theological journal published by AFTI (Asosiasi Filsafat Teologi Indonesia / Association of Indonesian Philosophy and Theology) and AAFKI (Asosiasi Ahli Filsafat Keilahian Indonesia / Association of the Indonesian Experts of Divinity Studies). IJIPTh specializes in researched papers related to efforts of contextualizing and inculturation theology and philosophy in Indonesian and Asian landscapes from the trans-interdisciplinary methodological point of view. IJIPT welcomes philosophical and theological contributions from scholars around the world with various backgrounds of disciplines. This journal uses the English Language. IJIPTh is an open-access journal whose papers published are freely downloaded. IJIPTh can only be accessed through our official webpage, other than this website, it is outside our responsibility. Online ISSN: 2722-8886, Printed ISSN: 2722-8894
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Jesus - His Transforming Effect Paul Bharathi
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47043/ijipth.v2i1.16

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Transformation of an individual and the society at large is the sole objective of Jesus’ message to his disciples, and in turn, his disciples too preached on the same theme to the believers of Jesus. The first part of the presentation highlights interpreting and understanding Jesus basing on the gospels. The gospels help us to understand Jesus in our own situation and give meaning to our life. As a result, transforming oneself is the most important and meaningful message we learn from the gospels for our life. The second part of the presentation shows how he plays a transformative role in his disciples' lives, and it also gives us an invitation to transform ourselves in our present life. But when we analyze the reality, the believers/disciples are not transformed, rather they remain the same, and their life does not correspond to the teachings of Jesus. They are more preoccupied with observing the rituals and rubrics than following the teachings of Christ in their lives. The third part of the presentation suggests three corrective measures to be taken by every disciple of Jesus, enabling us to transform ourselves and thus live a meaningful life.
Corruption, Ritualism and Prophetic Role of the Catholic Church Antonius Galih Arga Aryanto; Martinus Joko Lelono
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47043/ijipth.v2i1.15

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This interdisciplinary study attempts to relate corruption with the Catholic Church's role as the moral and social critics that compel believers to participate in confronting corruption and bribery. The interdisciplinarity is also the method applied in the study. It includes an exposition of the economic data of the GDP, its theological interpretation based on the story of Naboth and the king in the Old Testament, and strategic action field theory. The article begins with widespread corruption in ASEAN, then continues with a theological foundation for believers’ role as guardians of moral and social values. The Church, however, faces ritualism and religious formalism that cause faith values do not influence to eradicate corruption. Finally, by implementing the social study of Strategic Action Field (SAFs) theory, the paper proposes an anti-corruption movement as a strategic action for the Catholic Church to tackle corruption. The study found that the social study of Strategic Action Field (SAFs) theory allows the Church to develop the anti-corruption movement as the strategic action to create pastoral works to tackle corruption
Theologizing “Teing Hang” Ceremony In The Culture of Manggarai, Indonesia Gregorius Pasi
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47043/ijipth.v2i1.14

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The Teing Hang ceremony, which is practised by the Manggarai people in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, celebrates local wisdom regarding the relationality of the Manggarai people with the Highest Being, with one’s fellow beings who are still living and with the relatives who have died. The methodology is what I call “critical reading” of the dialectical model, which has been proposed by Stefan Bevans and Daniel Pilario. By using the critical reading method of the teing hang ceremony data (collected through interviews and reviews of related studies), I found that the local wisdom of Manggarai can explain and illuminate the content of the Catholic faith with regard to the communion of saints in three ways. First, the communion of saints is a participation in God's providence. Second, the communion of saints is a participation in the lives of one’s fellow beings. Third, the communion of saints is an intersubjectivity relationship between those who believe in Christ and are indwelt by His Spirit.
Mystical Kinship of Creation: A Foundation of Ecospirituality for Interreligious Ecological Movements Stefanus Christian Haryono
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47043/ijipth.v2i1.12

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This article explores the intersection between Bhumi Devi in Hindu Mythology and the Canticle of Creation of Saint Francis of Assisi. This intersection discovers the concept of the mystical kinship of creation as a foundation of ecospirituality. The exploration which is rooted in two different traditions, Hinduism and Christianity, enlightens interreligious ecological movements that they need not only action but also a spiritual foundation.  
A Prophetic Pastoral of Presence: An “Exchange of Places.” Re-contextualizing the Encounter of Jesus and the Leper in Mark 1:40-45 for the Role of the Asian Church in the Midst of Pandemic Covid-19 Gregorius Tri Wardoyo; Yosafat Roni Sentosa
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47043/ijipth.v2i1.13

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The pandemic due to covid-19 makes the Asian Church stuttering in their services especially to the patients of covid-19.  In light of Mark 1:40-45, the author proposes to the Asian Church to do a prophetic pastoral presence, just say it an “exchange of places” as it is done by Jesus who takes the place of the leper as a risk of His action. To arrive at such conclusion, the author proceeds this study by analysing the text of Mark 1:40-45 from the narrative perspective and intertextual approach, then the reader is invited to review the consciousness of the FABC regarding its basis and praxis in Asia and how the Asian Church is trying to bring the face of God for the Asian people. 

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