Paradigma baru konsep pendidikan Islam perspektif Syeikhul Islam Ibn Taimiyah

Fageh, Achmad (2017) Paradigma baru konsep pendidikan Islam perspektif Syeikhul Islam Ibn Taimiyah. Kuttab : Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, 1 (2): 1. pp. 126-133. ISSN P-ISSN: 2549-7987 E-ISSN: 2550-0341 (In Press)

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Islamic education is one of the fields of Islamic study that gets a lot of attention from scientists. This is because in addition to its very strategic role to increase human resources, also in Islamic education, there are various complex problems. Today people are preoccupied with the problem of a paradigm, which is suitable for the development of Islamic education in Indonesia. Many magazines, newspapers, journals and even seminars or workshops discuss Islamic education. In essence, this problem is not difficult if educational thinkers (especially Islamic education thinkers in Indonesia) want to review the concepts that have been presented by classical Islamic figures such as, Ibn Sina, Ibn Khaldun, Ibn Maskawaih, Ibn Taimiyah and others. Ibn Taymiyyah, for example, is famous as a scholar, thinker and politician. His thoughts in the field of education are a response to various problems faced by Islamic society that demand logical solutions through educational channels. The philosophy of education, according to him, must be built on the foundation of tawhid, faith in the oneness of God. Tawhid on which education is based includes; tawhid rububiyah, uluhiyah and tawhid Name and Characteristics. Based on the view of tawhid, Ibn Taimiyah explained the purpose of education, children and teachers, curriculum and so on.

Item Type: Article
Fageh, Achmad
Uncontrolled Keywords: Educational thought; relevance; contemporary
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1303 Specialist Studies In Education > 130309 Learning Sciences
Divisions: Fakultas Syariah dan Hukum > Hukum Keluarga Islam
Depositing User: Dr. Achmad Fageh, M.H.I
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2021 04:16
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2021 04:16

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