Building Family Resilience Through Quranic Perspective Education

  • Asrori Mukhtarom, Desri Arwen and Lukmanul Hakim

Abstract

This paper discusses how the model of Quran-based education in building family
resilience. This study uses maudhû’î exegesis method with a qualitative approach. The
main source in this research is the Quran by considering the opinions of commentators
and other literature sources as supporting data. The results of this study indicate that the
Quran views the existence of family resilience must be maintained, this is as implied in
the surah al-Taẖrîm verse 6. One of the strategic efforts in building family resilience is
through education. In building family resilience, the role of parents is very important in
educating their children. From the results of this study, that there are principles in family
education that are prescribed by the Quran, the first principle, namely in educating must
be based on sincere affection, as implied in the surah al-Anbiyâ verse 107, the second
principle is in educating children with exemplary methods, as implied in the surah alAḫzâb verse 21, and the third principle is the theocentric humanist principle which means
that in educating children must pay attention to and uphold human values that are in line
with the teachings of monotheism (tawhid), as implied in the surah al-Ḫujurât verse 13
and in the surah al-Mudatsir verse 38. The essence of education in the perspective of the
Quran is that all educational processes carried out lead to worship of Allah.

Published
2020-04-30
How to Cite
Asrori Mukhtarom, Desri Arwen and Lukmanul Hakim. (2020). Building Family Resilience Through Quranic Perspective Education. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 3737 - 3744. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/15735