Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 6 SI
Page No. 5339 - 5344

Messages and Meaning of Giving in Tulkiyamat Manuscript: A Preaching Communication Analysis in the Tradition of Tulkiyamat Reading in Makassar Community

Authors : Nur Setiawati Mappaselleng and Ahmad Zaharuddin Sani Bin Ahmad Sabri

Abstract: One of the challenges of developing an effective preaching and positive impact on the understanding and practice of religion teachings is the use of appropriate media for the local community. Messages of preaching will be easily understood by communnity if it is communicated in accordance with the social and cultural conditions of the existing society. Research conducted to the manuscript Tulkiyamat in Sanrobone village, Takalar Regency reveal their messages of Islamic teachings that can be used as a medium of preaching on Makassar community. This study will analyze the messages and the meaning of giving contained in the text of Tulkiyamat namely in chapter 3 (signs and causes) of death, chapter 5 (stating incidence of resurrection) and chapter 7 ( talking about heaven and hell). In chapter 3 there explains the answers of soul the angel of death. While in chapter 5 are specifically addressed in the study signs of all the creatures of the field Mahsyar field. Then in chapter 7 it is discussed in the doors of heaven and class of human who will enter it. The results analysis of messages and meaning of giving in the 3 various chapter have been providing knowledge and learning that: the concept of giving in Islam covering the commands to carry out Zakat inqaf and alms, the habit of charities is commendable attitude that will benefit to the life the world and the hereafter and the habit of giving will increase the happiness shared with others.

How to cite this article:

Nur Setiawati Mappaselleng and Ahmad Zaharuddin Sani Bin Ahmad Sabri, 2018. Messages and Meaning of Giving in Tulkiyamat Manuscript: A Preaching Communication Analysis in the Tradition of Tulkiyamat Reading in Makassar Community. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 5339-5344.

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