Religion, Education, and Pluralism:Relevance of Sufism Morals Education in the Development of Pluralism Characters in Indonesia

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A. Gani, Kamran Asat Irsyady, Ferry Muhammadsyah Siregar

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This article examines the relevance of Sufism moral education in developing pluralism character in Indonesia. Through the library research methodology with a historical-philosophical approach, the results show that someone practicing Sufism Morals has a high level of tolerance while dealing with the issue of diversity. Internalization of the Sufism moral values in modern life strengthens spiritual, personal and social intelligence. In pluralism, Sufism Morals education teaches two clear and explicit principles. This includes exclusivity in aqidah-ubudiah and the principle of inclusiveness in the social-interactive domain. These principles represent how to socialize with community members having different backgrounds. In the context of Indonesians, the noble values of Sufism can be developed to strengthen various pillars and build harmony among religious communities, historical awareness, and maturity in culture.

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