Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies
ISSN : 2622951X     EISSN : 26227185
Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies (e-ISSN: 2622-7185; p-issn: 2622-951X) is an Islamic Studies Journal published by Center for Research and Community Services of State Islamic Institute of Samarinda, Indonesia. It is a peer-reviewed journal of Islamic Studies, including: Islamic Education, Islamic Law, Dakwah, and Islamic Economics. The journal is published twice a year; May and November.
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Perkembangan Penulisan Ilmiah Berkaitan Sifat 20 Di Malaysia: Satu Sorotan

Abdullah, Mohd Azman, Engku Alwi, Engku Ahmad Zaki

Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies, 1(1), November 2018
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

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This article aims to know how far the development of scientific writing related to Sifat 20 in Malaysia, particularly in the Jawi scriptures used in the teaching and learning in Pesantren. Therefore, this study observes the aqeedah books in Jawi’s writing which discuss Sifat 20. This article tries to reveal the approaches used by the ulama in Nusantara when discussing the chapter on believing in Allah SWT. This article examines the manuscripts of Jawi which discuss Sifat 20 and analyses the thoughts of Ulama in Nusantara related to Sifat 20. This study implements the content analysis methods, that is, by examining the texts or manuscripts in Jawi writing. The resuls of the study, based on the findings all the Jawi manuscripts written by Ulama in Nusantara, show that all of them adhered to the school of al-Asya’irah and al-Maturidiyyah which explains Sifat 20. The results of this study are expected to contribute future researchers in examining Sifat 20 and to enrich the scientific treasures, particularly in the field of aqeedah.

Al-Waḥdah (Unity) in Islamic Law and its Implications for National Integration

Lateef, Abiola Muideen

Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies, 1(1), November 2018
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Islamic law rests on the precipice of Al-Waḥdah (Unity) which includes unity of the humankind, unity between human being and his environment, unity within the family, unity of the state and society, of government and politics, of economy and culture, and law and policy. Several studies have tended to focus on the negative perception of Islamic law as inimical to national unity while little or no attention has been paid to its cohesiveness and civilizational dialogue with other cultures. Using socio-historical approach, the paper examines the concept of Al-Waḥdah paradigm in Islamic law in Nigerian legal context with a view to understanding the implications concerning national integration. It was discovered that Islamic law had contributed to the integration of Nigeria as a nation in the past and its neglect would not augur well for national integration. This paper therefore, argues that Islamic law has a lot to offer in the national integration of the country especially in the areas of education, economy, socio-psychology, morality and diplomacy. Finally, the paper affirms that the significance of Islamic law transcends religious sphere, and hence, should be allowed to play its role in the national integration of the country. It suggests that for national integration to be achieved in Nigeria, Muslims in the country need to re-orient themselves to the concept of Al-Waḥdah articulated by Islamic law.

The Influence of Psychoreligious Therapy to Decrease the Depression Level of Narcotics Prisoners: Living Qur’anic Study in East Kalimantan

Fansuri, Fuad

Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies, 1(1), November 2018
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

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The aimed of this study was to determine the therapy applied. Therapy is a psychological treatment by readinga holy Qur'an as a strength way. This research was a quantitative by using quasi experiment with an unequal control group design. This study compared the results of the experimental group pretest and posttest after being treated with an untreated control group. Depression Level Measurement was applied Beck Depression Inventory (BDI)). The population in this study was Narcotics Prisoners Class III Samarinda. The sample size was 42 people which divided into two groups, namely control group and experimental group. The data in this study were analyzed by Wilcoxon signed-rank test with SPSS assistance program. The results showed that the level of weight loss in the experimental group was from 23.8% to 0%. Weight loss to moderate depression was 2 people, 1 person was in moderate to mild depression 2 people was in mild to normal depression. The resultof normality testshowed a significant level of value as well with p = 0.00 (significance of p <0.05) it was meant that psycho-religious therapy could be used as an alternative measured to reduce the level of depression of inmates.

Maqâmat al-Sâlik li al-Wushȗl Ila al-Khâliq (Ringkasan Kitab Minhâj al-‘Abidîn Ilâ Jannati Rabbil ‘Alamîn) Karya Hujjatul Islam Imam al-Ghazali

Dahri, Haji Harapandi

Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies, 1(1), November 2018
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

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Every man wants to be close to God as Creator, even though not conscious, humans long for His presence every moment especially when getting difficulty and tiredness, longing to be close to Him is nature. Hujat al-Islam Imam al-Ghazali never felt the same, because that is what he poured great ideas, method of finding and approaching the real Maha close in a work given the title "Minhâj al-'Abidîn Ilâ Jannati Rabbil 'Alamîn" . In this book there are seven (7) steps that will be passed by the seeker of the road to get closer to Allah Azza Wajalla. The seven steps are (1) al-science wa al-Marifah, (2) al-Taubat, (3) al-Awâiq, (4) al-Awârid, (5) al-Bawâits, (6) al-Qawâdih and (7) al-Hamd wa al-Syukr. Between one step with the next step interconnected. Every human being who works without knowledge must be losers, his charity will not be accepted by Allah, because it requires knowledge and knowledge. In charity there is a defect either forget (nisyan) or deliberately (amdan), because that's give the media to repent. After repentance humans back clean, but in worship there is a very powerful challenge like the world, creatures, syaithan and also lust, because it needs cleaning, this cleansing position is called al-Awâiq. After knowing the rackets in worship, it is necessary to cleanse themselves of the various challenges that is why al-Shaykh gave aqabah onwards al-Awârid. At aqabah this will explain how to overcome these challenges. And so on until to the maqam al-Hamd wa al-Syukr. These seven aqabât are to be discussed in this paper.

Modern World and the Trend of Human Religiosity: An Overview of Theological Perspective

Duraesa, M. Abzar

Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies, 1(1), November 2018
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Technological advancement and modernity have a great positive impact for nowadays human life in one hand. But, it might bring some negative dimensions in the other hand. This paper aims at exploring some consequences of modernity, by its technological advancement, to a contemporary human religiosity. Using theological approach and descriptive model of writing scientific papers, this article traces humans’ trend religious behavior by describing a condition of modernization and its relation to some religious and cultural practices. This article finds that people in modern society more have great satisfaction with the use of technological advancement then the use of religious norms. This condicion often makes negative impact of modernization like dehumanization and moral degradation. The findings reveal that religion should becomes primary control of democratization from its normative essence. Spiritual dimension and ethics which are written in Islam and other religions definitely might give optimism in facing disruptive modernization era.

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