WAḤDATUS SHUHŪD, KRITIK AL-RĀNIRI ATAS PANTEISME KETUHANAN

Authors

  • Ahmad Fairozi Pascasarjana Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Indonesia Jakarta
  • Sulistya Ayu Anggraini Pascasarjana Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20871/kpjipm.v6i2.91

Keywords:

Al-Rāniri, Waḥdah Shuhūd, Tasawuf Nusantara, Pantheism

Abstract

This paper discusses Al-Rāniri ‘s criticism of the theological conception in Nusantara Sufism which contains elements of pantheism. This paper begins by describing the teachings of Waḥdah shuhūd in Sufism Al-Rāniri . This teaching believes in God, Allah as the only one and only being, while the universe (ma siwallah) is only a madzhar that testifies to the oneness of Allah Himself. That is why a being other than Allah is not separate, it is neither independent nor one (united) with God. Based on this view, Al-Rāniri criticizes, even kafuses the wujūdiyah followers because they tend to be pantheistic which unites God, Allah and humans. The Sufism teachings developed by Al-Rāniri were able to bring together sharia and Sufism. This teaching can be accepted by the people of the archipelago, Aceh in particular because the people of the Archipelago in the following years were colored by Sunni teachings that uphold the practice of sharia. This paper aims to find the position of Waḥdah shuhūd teachings in the context of Nusantara Islamic studies, especially in the field of Sufism, whose roots cannot be separated from the development of Sufism in the 17-18 century. Therefore, this study uses a descriptive-analytical approach while adhering to the accuracy of the analysis data that has been carried out by previous researchers.

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Published

2020-12-31

How to Cite

Ahmad Fairozi, & Anggraini, S. A. . (2020). WAḤDATUS SHUHŪD, KRITIK AL-RĀNIRI ATAS PANTEISME KETUHANAN. Kanz Philosophia A Journal for Islamic Philosophy and Mysticism, 6(2), 119–138. https://doi.org/10.20871/kpjipm.v6i2.91

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