Kiai Masykur’s teaching of Sambelun (1860-1960) as a model of sufistic da’wah

Hajam, and Theguh Saumantri, and Gumilar Irfanullah, and Indah Dwi Nurhidayah, (2022) Kiai Masykur’s teaching of Sambelun (1860-1960) as a model of sufistic da’wah. Jurnal Ilmu Dakwah, 42 (2). pp. 206-222. ISSN 2581-236X (e)

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Purpose - literature of Sufism in the archipelago showed that Islamic doctrines that have been preached in society have been dialectic with local developments and culture. This assumes an unique yet effective form of da’wah. The purpose of this study is to explain the core teachings of Sambelun as a model of da’wah used by Kiai Masykur to spead Islamic teachings and doctrines among his surroundings. Method - This paper is based on library research related to the points of Sambelun's teachings. In dissecting and uncovering Sambelun's teachings, three stages of data collection techniques are used, namely the orientation stage, the data collection stage and data analysis. Result - Sambelun teachings presuppose a human journey that must be forged and trained strictly and continuously with mujahadah and riyadhah in order to obtain the status of insan kamil (perfect/universal man). Implication - Sambelun teachings are combination of Sufism and local culture which made a distingtion of Javanese Islam, including in Cirebon. Sambelun introduces the essence of man which is the ultimate goal for every salik of God’s path. Originality - This research is a study of local Sufism in Cirebon by exploring the core of the character's thinking. Furthermore, this study aims to take a deeper look at the role of da’wah of kiai masykur in speading Islam among his surroundings

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Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sufistic Da’wah, Sambelun, Kiai Masykur, Cirebon.
Subjects: Filsafat, Psikologi, Agama > BL Religion
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin Adab dan Dakwah
Depositing User: H. Tohirin S.Ag
Date Deposited: 11 Jan 2023 08:29
Last Modified: 11 Jan 2023 08:29

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