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The Role Of The Qur’an In Creating Of Civil Community Seberang Kota Jambi

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Hadri Hasan



Civil community, Seberang Kota Jambi, the role of al-Qur’an



The purpose of this research was to describe the role of the Qur'an in creating a civil community in Seberang Kota Jambi. Crossways the town of Jambi is the facade of the actual Jambi Town, where native Jambi citizens living along through neither their traditions, nor home of the remains of the historical things that yet stand and awaken well from the check of the periods. This study uses a qualitative approach with the ethnographic model because in research it is typical of Seberang Kota Jambi areas. Data was obtained through observation and interviews involving leaders and community members in Seberang Kota Jambi areas. The results of the study indicate that the Qur'an has a very important role for people in the Seberang Kota Jambi area. Almost all aspects of life that the characterize civil society in the area across the city of Jambi are based on the Qur'an. Some aspects of life include education, community social customs, politics and democracy, economic systems, and health management. Based on the data, analysis and discussion, it can be concluded that the Qur'an plays an important role in shaping civil society in the area across the city of Jambi. Thus, at the end of this study, the authors recommend that the pattern of life can be maintained and developed more, one of which is through research activities.



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