Telaah Peran Etis Agama-agama di Indonesia Perspektif Civil Religion

Main Article Content

Abd. Syakur


This article seeks to figure out socio-religious reciprocity pertinent to the pluralistic context of Indonesia within its various dimensions of life, especially the religious aspect, through what so-called civil religion. The very notion of civil religion reflects religious, social, and political maturity. The religions, in this context, function as a pivotal source of moral-ethics which generate spirit to build a strong nation-state to pursue its objectives. At this point, the state becomes a shared sacred home to all of its citizens which is free of fear and anxiety. The state plays an undoubtedly important role to protects its people and provide them a means of development in order to allow them to exhume religious freedom and reach a holy meaningful life. It will subsequently enhance and strengthen culture of dialog. This article supports an argument that in order to bring about the vision of civil religion in Indonesia we require three least possible conditions, namely heterogeneous religions which generate positive morality, the culture of sincere dialog, and freedom of religion.


Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

How to Cite
Syakur, Abd. “Telaah Peran Etis Agama-Agama Di Indonesia Perspektif Civil Religion”. Teosofi: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam 7, no. 1 (June 2, 2017): 225–248. Accessed March 2, 2021.


Azra, Azyumardi. Konteks Berteologi di Indonesia: Pengalaman Islam. Jakarta: Paramadina, 1999.

Bellah, Robert N. Beyond Belief: Esai-esai tentang Agama di Dunia Moderen, terj. Rudy Harisah Alam. Jakarta: Paramadina, 2000.

Bellah, Robert N. dan Hammond, Phillip E. Varieties of Civil Religion. San Francisco: Harper & Row Publisher, 1990.

Effendy, Bahtiar. Islam dan Negara: Transformasi Pemikiran dan Praktik Politik Islam di Indonesia. Jakarta: Paramadina, 1998.

Gunawan, Asep (ed.). Artikulasi Islam Kultural: Dari Tahapan Moral ke Periode Sejarah. Jakarta: PT. Raja Grafindo, 2004.

Hendro Prasetyo, Ali Munhanif, dkk., Islam dan Civil Society: Pandangan Muslim Indonesia. Jakarta: Gramedia dan PPIM-IAIN Jakarta, 2002.

Majalah Sabili, Edisi 17 Oktober 2002, 13-14.

Mawdûdī (al), Abū al-A‘la. Sharī‘at al Islām fī al-Jihād wa al-‘Alāqāt al Duwalīyah. Kairāo: Dār al-Ṣaḥwah, 1985.

Tebba, Sudirman. Islam Pasca Orde Baru. Yogyakarta: Tiara Wacana, 2001.

Turmudi, Endang dan Riza Sihbudi (eds.), Islam dan Radikalisme di Indonesia. Jakarta: LIPI Press, 2005.

Yaghi, Isma’il. Terorisme dalam Otak Zionis, terj. Asip Muhiddin. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Azzam, 2001.

Yatim, Badri. Soekarno: Islam dan Nasionalisme. Jakarta: Logos Wacana Ilmu, 1999.