Interpretation of Sura Ali Imrān verse 64 about Kalimatun Sawȃ`: an Analysis Study of Ma'na-cum- Maghza

Qurrata A'yun, Lukita Fahriana, Kusmana Kusmana, Eva Nugraha, Lilik Kultsum
2021 Proceedings of the 3rd International Colloquium on Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies, ICIIS 2020, 20-21 October 2020, Jakarta, Indonesia   unpublished
This article aims to examine the interpretation of QS. Ali Imran [3]: 64 regarding Kalimatun Sawa' as a meeting point in the concept of plurality. This study used a descriptive qualitative approach with the ma'na-cum-maghza hermeneutic theory. The results of this study indicate that the Prophet's invitation against Christians and Jews to Islam is carried out through conversation and not with the element of coercion or threat. The conversation in it is to get to know each other and find common
more » ... ound that is a common point between them. Thus, the plurality can be accepted as a blessing from Allah SWT. who are absent from the disputes and hostilities within them. Keywords: Kalimatun sawa', ma'na cum maghza, plurality. 1 al-Qur'an also states that in essence, Allah wants diversity rather than uniformity (Surah Al-M ȃʻidah [5]: 48.), all of that is created so that people know each other (QS Al-Hujurȃt [59]: 13) and competing in goodness (QS Al-Baqarah [2]: 148)
doi:10.4108/eai.20-10-2020.2305165 fatcat:t5otdvyhgnfq5bjeh5tzwua23m