Hakikat Pendidikan Islami

  • Gunawan Adnan Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan (FITK) UIN Ar-Raniry Banda Aceh

Abstract

Islamic education is a concept of education based on universal true values and the truth
from Allah SWT Who has prepared the clear principle of education that enlightens,
prospers, and saves mankind in this world and here after. One of the main goals of Islamic
education is to make people aware and persistent (istiqama) with the basic principle
of men creation to serve for Allah (hablummninallah) and become rahmatanlil’alamin,
useful and beneficent for the whole universe, either for the men or for the nature
(hablumminanaas wahablumminal ‘aalamien) as the consequence of serving the mission
of being khalifatullah in the world. Hence, the concept of Islamic education needs to meet
several main requirements. First, it needs to have a clear goal, objective, and target.
Second, the real and absolute educator is Allah SWT, the creator of fitra, the talent giver,
the maker of all nature of law related to development, advancement, and interaction
as well as He is the One presupposing the rules to actualize completeness, benefit and
happiness of the fitra. Third, education demands for the realization of gradual program
by developing teaching and learning activities in line with children development. Fourth,
the role of educator must be in accordance with purpose of his creation by Allah. The
logical consequence of this issue is that Islamic education requires an Islamic curriculum,
approach and methodology based on the essence values of the Qur’an and hadith. This
paper shall discuss concisely all important points related to the concept of Islamic
education covering the definition and the superiorities of Islamic education.

Published
2017-06-23
How to Cite
ADNAN, Gunawan. Hakikat Pendidikan Islami. At-Ta'dib: Jurnal Ilmiah Prodi Pendidikan Agama Islam, [S.l.], p. 43 - 56, june 2017. ISSN 2615-2398. Available at: <http://ejournal.staindirundeng.ac.id/index.php/tadib/article/view/24>. Date accessed: 07 july 2020.
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