Islamic Education Based Culture: An Effort on Arranging a Humanist Society


  • Muhammad Yusuf IAIMNU Metro Lampung
  • Suci Dwi Astuti IAIMNU Metro Lampung
  • Siti Roudhotul Jannah IAIMNU Metro Lampung
  • Siti Rusmiyatun IAIMNU Metro Lampung



Islamic Education, Culture, Humanist Society


Islamic education in a multiethnic and cultural society requires special attention. Inorder to create humanist society, the implementation of Islamic education carried out in a balanced way that does not hurt certain ethnic groups. Therefore, the approach to Islamic education using cultural elements is the right strategy. The research method is descriptive qualitative which aims to describe the application of culture-based Islamic education. The findings of this study indicate that the Bumi Agung village community, Pesawaran Regency is a heterogeneous community, both ethnicity, culture and religion. Therefore, the application of Islamic education in the village of Bumi Agung appears on events such as weddings, births and deaths. therefore, Islamic education in this community has been integrated with the local community.


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How to Cite

Yusuf, M., Astuti, S. D., Jannah, S. R., & Rusmiyatun, S. (2021). Islamic Education Based Culture: An Effort on Arranging a Humanist Society. Journal of Research in Islamic Education, 1(2), 120–129.