Analisa Pendekatan Bahasa dan Historis terhadap Poligami dalam Hadis Nabi


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Title Analisa Pendekatan Bahasa dan Historis terhadap Poligami dalam Hadis Nabi
Creator Rohmansyah, Rohmansyah; Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
Subject Polygamy, Hadith, Approach, Language, History.
Description This paper aims to determine polygamy in accordance with hadith (Prophetic ‎Tradition) where it is the second source functions as an explanation of the al-Qur’an. In ‎order to gain a more comprehensive argumentation of polygamy in hadith, researcher will ‎come through two approaches, both are linguistic and historical approach.  Based on ‎those approaches, this paper conclude that, first, polygamy during the time of Prophet ‎Muhammad was carried out solely to uphold Islam as a way of life and not in the case of ‎indulgence. Secondly, polygamy is prohibited by religion if it harms more than benefits so ‎that in order to maintain sadd al-Dzari>'ah, polygamy should not carried out. Third, ‎polygamy in hadith is allowed with the condition of justice to the wives and children ‎without any desire to seek additional income or done based on economic factors as ‎happened in the time of Arab ignorance (Jahiliyya). Thus polygamy is mentioned in ‎accordance with hadith gives a logical and systematic explanation for life and the survival ‎of a happy and prosperous family here and hereafter.‎
Publisher Universitas Darussalam Gontor
Contributor Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
Date 2019-03-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article

Format application/pdf
Source Kalimah: Jurnal Studi Agama dan Pemikiran Islam; Vol 17, No 1 (2019); 59-74
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 KALIMAH

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