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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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Faith In God as The Source of Goodness And Religious Moderation In Indonesia: A Christian Moral Perspective Paskalis Lina; Robertus Wijanarko
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 3, No 1 (2022): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47043/ijipth.v3i1.24

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Goodness is the basis and goal of all moral actions. Therefore, ethics, be it theological or philosophical, must in some way explain specifically what goodness is and where one can find it. The Christian faith answers this by stating its fundamental belief that God is good. It says that the Christian belief in goodness is based on faith in God, placing each Christian at the heart of the relationship between faith and moral action. After confirming this fundamental Christian belief that God is the centre of all values, in this paper, we will draw out some implications of the relationship between faith as a personal and communal experience of God and the development of an attitude of religious moderation in a pluralistic Indonesian society. Thus, cultivating an attitude of religious moderation does not stop as an external rule but should go further as an ethical imperative for every Christian.
The Experience of Grace in The Phenomenon of Interreligious Dialogue Herwindo Chandra
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 3, No 1 (2022): June
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This paper explores the experience of grace in the interreligious dialogue activists. The involvement of Catholic activists in this movement can be a locus for the experience of grace. Several theologians have recently discussed grace in a historical dimension. One of the theologians of the Second Vatican Council, Karl Rahner, had the idea of the experience of grace. Martin Heidegger's phenomenological hermeneutic method explores the experience of the grace of Catholic activists. In-depth interviews were used as a data collection technique. The research subjects were two Catholics, the National Meeting of Indonesian Youth from the Youth Commission of the Indonesian Bishops' Conference and one Catholic Young Interfaith Peacemaker Community. The results' novelty shows that the research subjects did not recognize grace as an extraordinary phenomenon. Inspired by the Church's teachings, they understand that grace is experienced as a process of living life's roles, unique abilities, and gifts to become better. The study’s conclusion confirms that grace can be identified in everyday life and is not limited to a superstructure metaphysical idea.
An Essay on Divine Eternity and Divine Presence Dominikus Sukristiono
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 3, No 1 (2022): June
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The belief that an eternal-atemporal God is present to temporal beings is at the heart of Christian doctrine. The problem with such belief is that there seems to be a metaphysical barrier between them. Therefore, the doctrine of divine timelessness is incompatible with divine presence. This essay will show that such a contention is false, given that His awareness of the temporal beings will be sufficient to account for His presence. Furthermore, this is also consistent with the view about the existence of deep interaction between God and human beings and of human free will. This philosophical analysis is pertinent to the proper understanding of the doctrine of divine eternity and divine presence. It also has a significant bearing on the provision for the basis of a meaningful conversation with other theological traditions, such as those living in Indonesia.
Sawur Or Sawer Rite: the Perspective of Death Javanese-Sundanese Tradition In Catholic Church Nikasius Jatmiko
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 3, No 1 (2022): June
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Death is a certainty that humans cannot avoid. Everyone will face this event without exception. The difference lies in respecting the corpse before it is buried or cremated. Each region has its peculiarities in building a death ceremony. Culture plays a significant role in shaping the death ceremony based on local wisdom. These rites lead to the same goal: placing death as a noble act. This study aims to preserve and explore cultural wealth that is becoming extinct according to the times. These methods show that humans have a high value and dignity compared to other creations, even though they have died. This value is maintained through various very noble awards. Javanese and Sundanese have similarities in respecting the bodies to be buried. The ritual of sawer or sawur is a value that distinguishes it from other cultures. Local wisdom is still maintained, even though modernity has begun to erode it.  
Faith and Reason: An Inquiry into the Concept of Faith in Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling Yohanes Kukuh Cahyawicaksana; Yohanes Fery
International Journal of Indonesian Philosophy & Theology Vol 3, No 1 (2022): June
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Faith is often accused of being irrational and considered lower than reason because it is not objective and universal. In other words, at a practical level, believers cannot always obey God’s commands communicated in their inwardness. However, they must always be subject to the demands of a universal and objective reason. This elaboration attempts to counter this assumption departing from the description that Kierkegaard presented in his work, Fear and Trembling. There, Kierkegaard states that a single individual believer is higher than the ethical-rational demands that bind him. In other words, the purpose of this text is to show that faith has its rationality and is not subject to reason. Therefore, through the textual analysis method of Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling, this paper would like to analyze the constitutive elements of faith, how they work, and why faith is not subject to ratio. The point of view used in this elaboration is Kierkegaardian subjectivity. The analysis finds that the constitutive elements of faith are anxiety, courage, passion, the strength of the absurd, and hope (as components of faith), which need to be carried out with a double movement of faith.

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