Meninjau Ulang Diskursus Teologi Islam dalam Dunia Modern
[Reconstruction of Islamic Theology Discourse In the Modern World]
AbstractThe question whether Islamic theology relevant in the modern world when faced with challenges of the various problems and/or modern crises, i.e. the ecological crisis, economy, progressivity of science, discourse of faith and reason, was forget one thing: the discourse naturalization. This paper will be deconstructed Islamic theological discourse in the modern world. The conclusion of this paper is when the problem discourse naturalization untouched, Islamic theology efforts will be useless and ignore the actual problem (attached paper is in Indonesian).
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Date of creation: 11 May 2009
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discourse; discourse naturalization; hegemony; historical; theology; capital economy;
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