Agama dan Kebangsaan: Pluralitas, Budaya dan Ruang Virtual

  • Izak Y. M. Lattu Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana

Abstract

This social service (Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat-PkM)’s article explores relationship between religion and church with nationalism in the context of culture, plurality and virtual reality. Christianity in Indonesia needs to employ political and cultural texts and consider seriously plurality and cyber context to develop the concept local theology that based on Indonesian political documents. Based on theories of civil sphere and virtual space, this articleemploys observation, field research and documental research approaches to develop theology that leads toward mutual relationship with religious others and fellow citizens. Using Zoom and online media platform this PkM’s activity through online seminar hosted by Lakpesdam Nahdlaltul Ulama, Southeast Celebes, in June 30, 2020. This article concludes that in Indonesia context, Indonesia theology prerequisites the employment of political and cultural texts to build a local theology that open for progressive relationship with people of other religions.

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Published
2021-09-09
How to Cite
Lattu, I. (2021). Agama dan Kebangsaan: Pluralitas, Budaya dan Ruang Virtual. Magistrorum Et Scholarium: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat, 2(1), 16-26. Retrieved from https://ejournal.uksw.edu/jms/article/view/5236
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