POTRET IDEOLOGI PEMIKIRAN M SAID ASHMAWI TENTANG AYAT AHKAM DENGAN METODE KONTEKSTUAL

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Title POTRET IDEOLOGI PEMIKIRAN M SAID ASHMAWI TENTANG AYAT AHKAM DENGAN METODE KONTEKSTUAL
 
Creator Bustami Saladin
 
Subject MUhammad Said AL-Asymawi
Ayat Ahkam
Ideologi
 
Description The term syarî’ah and several other terms that have the same  root words in the Qur’an. He concluded that syarî’ah means tariq (road), sabil (path, method), and manhaj (method). Therefore, syarî’ah can be interpreted as a way or method of Allah or Islam. In this sense also includes the rules of law revealed in the Qur’an, then the rules contained in Hadith (verbal tradition), and then tafsir, opinion-opinions, and ijtihâd (personal opinion), fatwâ (religious opinion ulamâ, and judges’ decisions. In short, it encompasses all that complements and explains these fundamental rules for establishing Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) as formed in history. Thus, in the Qur’an, it does not mean law (qânûn) or legislation (tashrf ), so that the issue of applying Islamic syarî’ah is nothing but a mere human invention
 
Publisher UIN Mataram
 
Date 2020-08-16
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://sophist.or.id/index.php/js/article/view/14
10.20414/sophist.v1i2.14
 
Source Sophist : Jurnal Sosial Politik Kajian Islam dan Tafsir; Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Kontekstualisasi Pemikiran Keislaman dalam Realitas Modern; 109-126
2745-8571
2656-1220
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://sophist.or.id/index.php/js/article/view/14/7
 
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