Miniature Social Construction of Islamic Civilization Referring to the Systematic Pattern of Revelation by the Hidayatullah Community Organization

    Suparman Abdullah ,Irfan Yahya ,Muhammad Ahsan Samad

    Abstract

    This study is fascinating and significant since it pertains to the systematic pattern of revelation. One of the communal groups whose major movement focuses on tarbiyah and da'wah is manhaj Hidayatullah, which focuses on the systematics of revelation. It was formed as a pesantren on January 7, 1973 in Balikpapan by al-Ustad Abdullah Said during the First National Conference on July 9–13, 2000 in Balikpapan. Hidayatullah restructured his organization into a social organization. The founders, cadres, and congregations were adamant that they could establish a systemic unity of social life by externalizing, objectifying, and internalizing the systematic ideals of this revelation. By exhibiting the pesantren campus area as a prop, this systematic revelation may be used as a reference in carrying out social building to establish a tiny Islamic civilisation. This study employs a phenomenological approach, focusing on how the Hidayatullah community organization carries out the process of externalizing, objectifying, and internalizing the systematic values of revelation as a manhaj or method in carrying out the miniature social construction of Islamic civilization. Theoretically, this research provides a scientific contribution connected to the concepts and efforts of Islamic civilization's tiny social building. It may also be used to supplement empirical data while evaluating social issues, particularly in the subject of sociology of religion as part of the sociology of knowledge. In practice, it may be utilized as feedback for Hidayatullah community groups in the future implementation and development of the organization. It can also serve as a new point of reference in the development of civic society in Indonesia.

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