Menggagas Tafsir Harmonis di Indonesia: Reinterpretasi QS. Ali Imran [3]: 110 dalam Perspektif Psikologi

  • Ulya Fikriyati Institut Ilmu Keislaman Annuqayah Sumenep
Keywords: Harmonious interpretation, Psychological approach in interpretation, Mental development, Qur’anic purposes, Social interaction

Abstract

As a majority group in Indonesia’s plural society, Moslem groups have great potential role as agents of peace and security. It doesn’t mean to castrate the active role of other religions followers, but each group has equal responsibilities and obligations in maintaining the integrity of the Indonesian nation in different way. This article seeks to offer a reinterpretation of the “khayr ummah” verse contained in the QS. Āli 'Imrān [3]: 110. The selection of this verse was based on the possibility of conflict that grows from a less precise understanding of the verse in plural society interactions. To interpret the verse, the author uses a psychological approach using five dangerous ideas as the theoretical framework. Reinterpretation of selected verses is expected to provide new insight and perspective in addressing the label “khayr ummah” that was pinned on Muslims wisely and proportionately.

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Author Biography

Ulya Fikriyati, Institut Ilmu Keislaman Annuqayah Sumenep

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Published
2018-04-22
How to Cite
Fikriyati, U. (2018). Menggagas Tafsir Harmonis di Indonesia: Reinterpretasi QS. Ali Imran [3]: 110 dalam Perspektif Psikologi. Proceedings of Annual Conference for Muslim Scholars, (Series 1), 196-206. Retrieved from http://proceedings.kopertais4.or.id/index.php/ancoms/article/view/121