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The diaspora church in Indonesia: Mangunwijaya on nationalism, humanism, and Catholic Praxis *

PRECIS This article discusses Y. B. Mangunwijaya's reflections on nationalism and its relation to the Catholic Church in Indonesia. His reflections are basically a movement to the past in order to criticize the present and to view the future. Having reflected on the original ideas of the founders of... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Ecumenical Studies Fall, 2001, Vol.38(4), p.444(26)
Main Author: Mujiburrahman
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Language: English
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description: PRECIS This article discusses Y. B. Mangunwijaya's reflections on nationalism and its relation to the Catholic Church in Indonesia. His reflections are basically a movement to the past in order to criticize the present and to view the future. Having reflected on the original ideas of the founders of the Indonesian state, he argued that Sukarno's Guided Democracy and Suharto's New Order deviated from them. After the fall of Suharto, Mangunwijaya suggested that it was time for Indonesians to return to the ideas of the founders by reforming the political and economic systems of the country and developing a system of education for a cultural transformation of the people. Likewise, he argued that the Catholic Church in Indonesia in the era of Japanese occupation and revolutionary war was the ideal type of the church, due to its cooperative attitude toward Muslims and its openness to the role of the laity. He suggested that the present church return to this model of a "diaspora church" from which it deviated in the era of Suharto. Mangunwijaya's nationalism made a significant contribution to Muslim-Christian relations in Indonesia.
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