5 edition of Indonesian Islam found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-294) and index.
|Series||Asian Studies Association of Australia Southeast Asia publications series, Southeast Asia publications series.|
|LC Classifications||BP63.I5 H66 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||2003043445|
Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia, [ ]) is the official language of is a standardised variety of Malay, an Austronesian language that has been used as a lingua franca in the multilingual Indonesian archipelago for centuries. Indonesia is the fourth most populous nation in the world. Of its large population, the majority speak Indonesian, making it one of the most Native speakers: 43 million ( census), L2 . M.C. Ricklefs, author of A History of Modern Indonesia c. , identifies two overlapping processes by which Islam came to Indonesia: Indonesians either came into contact with Islam and converted out of conviction for the faith per se, and/or, foreign Muslim traders who interacted with Indonesia settled in the archipelago, intermarried with.
This book attempts to trace the evolution of Indonesian Islam and the complex role it has played in the modern era of Indonesia's political history under foreign rule. In Part One, this evolution is studied in the context of Dutch colonial rule, with especial emphasis on Dutch Islamic policy and Muslim organizational life in the twentieth century. Indonesian Islam | Indonesian Islam is an important and timely book based on approximately 2, fatw (pl. fat w)--an opinion on a point of law or dogma given by a person with recognized authority (ij za)--demonstrating that classical Islamic reasoning is an alternative to state-defined Islam and is capable of dealing with contemporary challenges in ethics and morality in a consistent and.
Drawing from an extensive list of writings about Indonesian Islam that have appeared over the past fifteen years, Federspiel defines approximately 1, terms, phrases, historical figures, religious books, and place names that relate to Islam and gives their Arabic Islam is the religion in Indonesia with most adherents, with % of Indonesian population identifying themselves as Muslim in a survey. Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world, with approximately million Muslims.. In terms of denomination, the overwhelming majority (99%) adheres to Sunni Islam, while there are around one million Shias (%), who are concentrated.
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Indonesian - Bahasa Indonesia Browse through our collection of authentic Islamic books in Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia). Our list of Indonesian Islamic books is. The Makings of Indonesian Islam challenges this widely accepted narrative, offering a more balanced assessment of the intellectual and cultural history of the most populous Muslim nation on Earth.
Michael Laffan traces how the popular image of Indonesian Islam was shaped by encounters between colonial Dutch scholars and reformist Islamic thinkers.4/5(1).
I have found this book very difficult to assess. Thirdly, the material surrounding the books is wholly derivative and oversimplified. Historical and sociological contexts are not analysed. The language in which this book is written is naive, and analysis is sadly lacking.
What he does is only translating the Indonesian fatwas into English.1/5(1). Indonesian / bahasa Indonesia [baˈhasa indoneˈsia] language Islamic books according to the Quran & Sunnah.
Book translated into Indonesian language deals with the explanation supported by evidence from the Quran and Sunnah on the five pillars of Islam. Dr. Michael Laffan of Princeton University's The Makings of Indonesian Islam is an impressive scholarly work that provides a wealth of insights on both the colonial Dutch and Muslim Indonesian understanding of Islam/5.
Central to the evolution of Islam in Indonesia (and thus the development of the book) are two great mainstream Muslim organisations, Nahdlatul Ulama (which the author refer as Traditionalist, due to its assimilation with the traditional local cultures) and Muhammadiyah (which the author refer as Reformist due to its more doctrinaire style).Cited by: It is a book that Indonesian Islam book be welcomed and read by all scholars of Islam and all specialists of Indonesia." —Robert W.
Hefner, Indonesia " The Makings of Indonesian Islam is an impressive and important scholarly contribution that provides a wealth of information and critical perspectives to. Since the publication of Clifford Geertz's authoritative book 'The Religion of Java' (published in ) scholars tend to divide Indonesia's Javanese Muslim community (the largest Muslim community of Indonesia) in two groups.
Journal of Indonesian Islam (ISSN and E-ISSN ) is peer-reviewed international journal published biannually by the Postgraduate Program (PPs) and the Institute for the Study of Religion and Society (LSAS), State Islamic University (UIN) of Sunan Ampel Surabaya.
This one book is an education that will significantly broaden the reader's perspective on Islam and on Indonesia and its music. Its strategic location and resources, especially its spices and wood, once brought the Portuguese, the English, and the Dutch to colonize its shores, but the greatest influence on its people has always been religion/5(2).
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Princeton [N.J Author: Najib Burhani. While Muslims in Indonesia have begun to turn towards a strict adherence to Islam, the reality of the socio-religious environment is much more complicated than a simple shift towards fundamentalism.
In this volume, contributors explore the multifaceted role of Islam in Indonesia from a variety of different perspectives, drawing on carefully compiled case studies. For readers interested in Indonesian Muslim politics, and for analysts interested in the dialectical interplay of progressive and conservative Islam, this book is fascinating and essential reading."—Robert Hefner, Director, Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, Boston University.
Islamic books library, where you can download online islamic books in pdf with more than 35 languages, read authentic books about Islam. Religious discourse is one of the most important aspects to be examined in order to understand a social system where religious authorities play a very vital role.
Religions have always shaped society in various ways; while at times there have been. Mark R. Woodward’s Islam in Java: Normative Piety and Mysticism in the Sultanate of Yogyakarta () was one of the most important work on Indonesian Islam of the era.
This new volume, Java, Indonesia, and Islam, builds on the earlier study, but also goes beyond it in important ways.
Written on the basis of Woodward’s thirty years of research on Javanese Islam in a Yogyakarta. The Makings of Indonesian Islam challenges this widely accepted narrative, offering a more balanced assessment of the intellectual and cultural history of the most populous Muslim nation on Earth.
Michael Laffan traces how the popular image of Indonesian Islam was shaped by encounters between colonial Dutch scholars and reformist Islamic thinkers. Since the first edition, Indonesia has undergone massive political and legal change as part of its post-Soeharto reform process and its dramatic transition to democracy.
This work contains 25 new chapters and the 4 surviving chapters have all been revised, where necessary.
Indonesia: Law and Society now covers a broad range of legal fields and includes both historical and very up-to-date /5(2). The case of Indonesia suggests that the prospects for governance reform based on Islamic principles are better than most existing literature suggests.
This volume explores the extent to which moderate Indonesian Islam is able to assimilate leading concepts from Western political theory. The essays in this collection, suggest that concepts from Western political theory are compatible with .Get this from a library!
Indonesian Islam: social change through contemporary fatāwā. [M B Hooker] -- "Professor M. B. Hooker looks at how modern Indonesian Islamic thinking has responded to changes in social and cultural practices in this timely book.
In particular he examines how authorities have.