Religion and Social Change: A Phenomenological Study of Muhammadiyah Movement towards Social Change in Bengkulu
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- Religion, society, movement, Muhammadiyah, social change
In the sense of answering Muhammadiyah’s preaching challenges that are caused by social change, it is necessary to find a scientific approach by means of responding that kind of state. Hence, a study was conducted in Bengkulu, as one of the provinces in Indonesia, to get a general description of social life in accordance with the scientific approach. The purposes of this study comprise: first and foremost, classifying people’s stratification. Second, acquiring the answer related to the latest preaching model. Third, attaining the general description of social change in contemporary social concept. Descriptive analysis is applied in this phenomenological design for picturing phenomena on their objectivity by means of interpreting the result. This study concluded that society is divided into three types of religious concept, which are syncretic, pragmatic (middle category of trader religious model), and formality category (low level of puritan). Radical preaching approach is adapted to embed basic Tawheed using dialogical model. Further, it employed economic empowerment preaching of typical real aid. Social change level of puritan towards religious pragmatism is symbolized by religious organization movement in line with the religious personalization.
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TY - CONF AU - Amrullah Boerman PY - 2019/10 DA - 2019/10 TI - Religion and Social Change: A Phenomenological Study of Muhammadiyah Movement towards Social Change in Bengkulu BT - Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Community Development (ICCD 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 76 EP - 79 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iccd-19.2019.21 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/iccd-19.2019.21 ID - Boerman2019/10 ER -