A MODEL OF SERVANT LEADERS SUPPORTING RELIGIOUS MODERATION IN INDONESIA

Authors

  • Jerry Rumahlatu Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Syalom Bandar Lampung
  • Budiyono Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Simpson Ungaran

Keywords:

Pancasila, Religious Moderation, Religious Radicalism, Servant Leader

Abstract

Religious radicalism is still widespread in Indonesia. Marked by various cases of church closures and the disbandment of Christian worship. The religious moderation launched by the Indonesian government through the Ministry of Religion in 2019 is expected to bring a more moderate, harmonious and tolerant religious paradigm to the land of Pancasila. The role of religious leaders is very important in spreading a new paradigm of religious moderation to ward off religious radicalism. This article aims to explain the role of Christian leaders in supporting religious moderation by emulating the servant leader model pioneered by the Lord Jesus through literary studies. The research results show that the servant leader model is able to become an agent of spiritual and social transformation and firmly uphold the constitution.

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Published

2023-11-29

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