Abdul Kholiq


The study of harmonious and tolerant culture is still an actual topic, in the midst of the
nation’s condition facing an era of strengthening of the transnational movement that threatens
national integration. As a pluralist nation, on the one hand it is a potential for national identity,
on the other hand it can potentially cause conflict based on SARA. This paper describes the
harmonious and tolerant culture built by Semarangan residents. A harmonious and tolerant
culture in the social life of Semarangan residents comes from the consciousness or the mind of
the Javanese people who consider religion not as social ‘isme’, but rather understood as something
private. For Javanese, religion is ‘ageman’ or clothing that may be different or changed. The
meaning of ‘religion’ lies in how the person believes and practices it. Religious people are judged
not from what religion they embrace, but how much can give meaning to their society.

Keywords: Culture, Harmonious, Tolerant, Religion

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