Religious moderation model: scope of universities in Indonesia

Authors

  • Rahmatun Nair Institut Agama Islam (IAIN) Bone, Indonesia
  • Sultan Hasanuddin Institut Agama Islam (IAIN) Bone, Indonesia

Abstract

Religious moderation is the willingness of religious adherents to be at the halfway point in addressing two conditions that are possible to analyze and compare, so that there can be patterns of behaviour that conform to prevailing cultural norms and are not contrary to religion. The increasing socialization of the mainstreaming of religious moderation indicates the strengthening of radicalism or liberalism in Indonesia, especially among students. Related to this, this article is present to provide an overview of religious moderation patterns/models that have been implemented in the scope of universities in Indonesia universally. This article found that the pattern/model of mainstreaming of religious moderation in religious colleges and public universities exists based on curriculum, learning methods, student organizations (ORMAWA), infrastructure, and socialization. The most dominant patterns/models of religious moderation in religious colleges and public universities are student organizations (ORMAWA) and socialization.

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Published

2021-04-21

How to Cite

Nair, R., & Hasanuddin, S. (2021). Religious moderation model: scope of universities in Indonesia. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 5(2). Retrieved from https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijssh/article/view/832

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