Development Of Global Ethics and Religious Harmony Trilogy Through Islamic Religious Education

Rumnah Rumnah, Ahmadi Ahmadi, Muslimah Muslimah


Globalization has brought great changes in world society. This change is not only about progress in the field of science and technology but is able to change all aspects of life that affect human life. This progress definitely brings society towards change. Like it or not, positive or negative, today's society has entered into a global order that is still quite confusing but its impact can be felt in the lives of the world's people which also has an impact on our country, Indonesia. This research aims to research the reasons for implementing ethics in global and trilogy harmony religion and the concept of developing global ethics and the trilogy of religious harmony through PAI. Ethics is a branch of philosophy that discusses human behavior or actions related to good or bad behavior, while Harmony is a term that is filled with the meaning of "good" and "peaceful". The reason for the importance of implementing global ethics and the trilogy of religious harmony is carried out because 1. people's lifestyles in the global era are undergoing transformation, 2. the impact of communication in the global era has a very broad influence, 3. globalization can threaten and fade the value system of society in all aspects of life. The research method used is the qualitative method with a library research approach, namely the approach through a literature review of various studies sourced from primary and secondary data. From this research, the writer finds a concept in dealing with various problems that occur due to the increasing impact of global competition which should receive special attention. To overcome this, a precise formula is needed which is sourced from QS. Al Kafirch is realized in the concept of Islamic education.


Global Ethical Development, And the Religious Harmony Trilogy, Via Pie

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