A Closer Look at the Issue of Erecting Churches in Jakarta

“The problems surrounding the establishment of churches are more closely related to economic issues than ideological ones. Similarly, in the resolution of these issues, this knowledge can be used as a path towards peace” stated Nathanael, one of the members of the research team partnered with CRCS, in Jakarta at the PGI building on Tuesday, […]

A Broader Understanding of the Meaning of Pluralism

Pluralism is often explained as a concept that approves of all religions, leading to the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) to issue a fatwa that identified pluralism as haram or forbidden. Yet for the members of the CRCS program that participate in collaborative effort with four countries called the “Pluralism Knowledge Program” (PKP), the definition of […]

Ground Zero Mosque and Manipulation of Symbol

CRCS-ICRS Wednesday Forum on 15 December 2010 was a homecoming story of Mark Woodward, one of the lecturers of CRCS UGM from the United States. Woodward, a professor of Arizona State University, during his return, was observing the development of political issues in his country. He found polemics related with constructing plan of an Islamic […]

An Announcement of CRCS New Students Selection Result Academic Year 2009/2010

The list of CRCS new students who passed administration and interview selection: Ahmad Hermawan, Fakultas Ushuluddin, Universitas Al Azhar, Cairo, Mesir Mohammad Rokib, Universitas Muhammadiyah, Surabaya Lutfil Ansori, STAI Al-Muhammad Cepu Fisqiyyatur Rohmah, STAI Sayid Sabig Indramayu Hudriansyah, Fakultas Ushuluddin, Universitas Al Azhar Cairo, Mesir Zuhriah, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta Setyaningsih, Sekolah Tinggi Agama Buddha […]