offers to its registered participants the opportunity to submit their own documents in the library and therefore to make them available to the other participants.The Library Submissions collection has around 87'000 articles and books submitted by participants, interns, external staff and staff at the Head Office in Geneva. The collection grows as more content is submitted. encourages its participants to use this tool for sharing knowledge with their peers. Sharing knowledge on ethics without barriers is at the center of the mission and authors of resources are the best placed people to support in this effort.

Recent Submissions


    Ngabalin, Martinus (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
    The encounter between the official religion and local values also gives specificity in theology. It can be traced to the use of Duang and Duad terms, which are understood by Kei people as God. Kei people know that God is present in the reality of everyday life, but also His name is very sacred, so it can not be called arbitrarily. Though they have embraced Christianity, they still believe in Duad in their cultural and diversity peculiarities. The method used is qualitative research with a contextual theological concept. The finding of this research is the Kei who have embraced Christianity still remain confident in the Duad in their daily lives.

    Situmorang, Jonar (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
    This paper examines two things, which is Jesus' statement about Himself in the Gospel of John and a statement that begins with: "I ..." (Greek: εγφ ειμι = ego eimi). These two statements come out the phrase "I am the door" and "I am the good shepherd." Theologically, especially Christology, this emphasizes His personality as God who can be an example of leadership in the church. The purpose is to describe Jesus' declaration that He is the door and the Good Shepherd in John 10: 1-18 and its implications for the ministers as church leaders. The methodology in this research is descriptive analysis. As a result, the two statements of Jesus in John 10: 1-18 reflect the example of Jesus as the Good Shepherd.

    L M, Yusuf (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
    The text of John 14: 8-14 shows the confusion and failure of disciples to understand Jesus's teaching. This is in contrast to the situation of the disciples closeness to Jesus. They should have understood Jesus' intentions faster because they had been living with Jesus for a long time in the ministry. On the contrary, this dialogue actually shows as if there was a huge dividing wall between Jesus and the disciples. The main factor that prevented disciples from understanding Jesus' teaching was that the disciples did not yet truly believe the authority that Jesus had. The disciples are still bound by the OT conceptual understanding of how to see the Father through Theophany revelation. Therefore, this article examines the meaning contained in the dialogue by conducting an exegesis analysis of each word and phrase to find the main message that is emphasized in the text.

    Rantesalu, Marsi Bombongan (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
    Worship is a basic need for every Christian to draw closer to God. Therefore we need a correct understanding of true worship. This study looks at the level of understanding of students of STAKN Kupang about true worship, that the true worship based on Psalm 50: 1-23 is giving thanks, paying vows, crying out, and living according to God's provision. This study uses a combination of research types. The qualitative method (exegesis) is carried out to get the indicators to be measured. Then proceed with a quantitative approach in the form of a survey to measure the level of student understanding of worship. The results showed that the price of t count = 19.576 and the price of the t table for a one-tail test with DK 142 = 0.65566. The results of the calculation of the level of understanding of students of STAKN Kupang Semester V regarding the concept of worship, according to Psalm 50: 1-23 is 87.3%.

    Dada, Ronaldy; Mosooli, Ermin Alperiana (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-17)
    Wana, one of the tribes in Central Sulawesi, has a custom of demolishing houses and moving when one of the inhabitants dies. This custom is an expression of their fear of death. In theory, cultural activities around death are always associated with religious concepts. This study aims to explore the religious ideas behind the habits. The research method used was an ethnographic study using interview as data collection techniques. Informants are 8 (eight) original Wana people. Data is analyzed through reduction, display, and conclusions/verification. The results show that the custom is related to the religious concept they professed regarding death. According to the Wana, death is related to Pue, the end of everything, and caused by evil spirits. The purpose of dismantling the house and moving after death is to avoid the influence of evil spirits against the living. For Christian mission activities that want to contribute to the development in Wana, the results shows that religious concept needs to be transformed through a contextual approach.

    Dominggus, Dicky (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
    This article discusses of the oneness in John 15:7 as a contextual mission attempt to the Kejawen practitioners. In John 15:7 is explained that if humans are in God and God is in humans, then all that people want will be fulfilled. In the Kejawen teaching, there is also an understanding of oneness, called Manunggaling Kawula Gusti. The concept is also the unification between man and God. The unification of Man with God in this concept through the stages of changing human life. From that definition, the legacy in John 15:7 has similarities with those in the Manunggaling Kawula Gusti concept. For this reason, both of these can be compared by looking at the similarities and differences between the two. The result obtained from this comparison can be used as a contextualization mission to the Kejawen believers. The method used in this study is qualitative research with the approach of literature study and comparisons.

    Surbakti, Noel (STT Stars Lub Luwuk Banggai, 2019-12-18)
    Churches in Indonesia live in ethnical and cultural diversity. We can find much local wisdom which lately continues to preserve. But not all churches want to receive local wisdom because there is an opinion that local culture is contrary to the Christian faith. Therefore in this paper I want to invite the churches in Indonesia to open space for local wisdom. My effort is encouraging the churches to look at the figure of Jesus, who popularized the local wisdom that called the tradition of Theos Patros. Theos Patros tradition is the oldest tradition of the nation of Israel and has been known since the era of the ancestors but is no longer popular in the time of Jesus. But Jesus re-popularized the tradition because that tradition has a high noble value in line with the emphasis of the Gospel of Matthew.
  • Religious Freedom and the World Council of Churches

    Vischer, Lukas (1926-2008) (PAULIST PRESS, 1966)
    When we compare the Declaration on Religious Freedom of Vatican Council II with the texts produced by the generalassemblies of the World Council of Churches in Amsterdam (1948) and New Delhi (1961), we see that there is a large measure of agreement. Yet the scope of the problem is not identical for all parties concerned. -After World War I many factors in Western Europe shook the assumption that the inhabitants of a given region were themembersof a given Church. The missionary movement and the gradual emergence of “young Churches” prepared the way for a new and deeper understanding of the nature of the Church. During the rule of Nazism in Germany the “Confessing Church” was an attempt to preserve the Church’s freedom within a Church and a State that were menaced by a false ideology or had already yielded to it. –In 1937, the Oxford Conference dealt with the nature of those freedoms which the Church could claim from the State. Thisdiscussion expandedin the course of time. The Churches could hardly claim freedom for themselves without likewise claiming it for others. Finally, religious freedomwas considered an essential condition for international organizationslike the World Council of Churches.The ecumenical movement had beeninaugurated to precipitate dialogue andto work together as a community. TheOxford Conference called upon the Churches “to guard against the sin of themselves conniving at repression of Churches and religious bodies of a faith and order differing from their own”. It regarded mutual respect as an opportunity for Christian witness, since it is by setting an example of tolerance that the Churches actually promote international understanding. The conferenceheld the view that aChurch which tries to attract the members of another Church by non-spiritual means (proselytism) makes it impossible for the Churches to live together. Their communion in Christ imposes upon the Churches a positive responsibility for each other. -Vatican Council II barely treated this aspect of religious freedom.One question has yet tobe discussedin the ecumenical movement: How far is the Church itself a community based on freedom? Where must we draw the line between a plurality that strengthens the witness to Christ and a plurality that destroys it?If the Churches are expected to set “an example of freedom to all”, as the Oxford Conference put it, this question is of decisive importance. The Churches should formulate their convictions in common. There is no need to stress the value of such a witness in a world whose order is imperilled by a false absolutismandundermined by indifference toward the truth as the source of life, respectively.
  • Etika Kristen Dan Teknologi Informasi: Sebuah Tinjauan Menurut Perspektif Alkitab

    Alinurdin, David (Sekolah Tinggi Teologi SAAT, 2018-12-01)
    The number of regular internet users in the country of Indonesia should not be underestimated. At the year of 2018 it was noted that Indonesia was ranked fourth in the world in the length of time spent on the internet in a day; a total of 8 hours 51 minutes. The rise of internet use in Indonesia is not undergirded by a good quality connection in utilizing this form of information technology. The use of the Internet in Indonesia, the majority of which is used for social media and lifestyle, is also overshadowed by alarming crime and abuse rates. Keeping these observations in mind, this paper will highlight the values that influence the mindset, attitudes and behavior of internet users from the standpoint of Christian ethics, namely in terms of authenticity of relations, information processing, truth authority, and user identity and integrity.
  • 一种浸染——试析李行与李安的导演风格与美学特征

    赵, 丹 (贺州学院, 2009-09)

    Putra, Marshal Adhitama (Jurusan Ilmu Administrasi Publik, Universitas Lampung, 2019-08-01)
    Kepemimpinan adalah faktor yang sangat penting dalam mempengaruhi partisipasi masyarakat. Kepemimpinan sangat penting dan sangat menentukan dalam kehidupan masing-masing negara karena kemajuan dan kemunduran masyarakat yang ditentukan oleh para pemimpinnya. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk membuktikan pengaruh dan menghasilkan gambaran umum tentang pengaruh kepemimpinan kepala desa terhadap tingkat partisipasi masyarakat dalam Rehabilitasi Sosial Program Rumah Layak (RS-RTLH) di Desa Mumbang Jaya. Penelitian ini adalah penelitian deskriptif dengan menggunakan metode kuantitatif. Sampel dalam penelitian ini adalah 60 responden dari populasi survei 70 KK menggunakan teknik simple random sampling. Teknik pengumpulan data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah kuesioner. Teknik analisis data yang digunakan adalah uji regresi sederhana. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa kepemimpinan kepala desa memiliki pengaruh yang signifikan terhadap tingkat partisipasi masyarakat. Kontribusi pengaruh kepemimpinan kepala desa terhadap tingkat partisipasi masyarakat adalah 0,545 atau 54,5% sedangkan sisanya 45,5% dipengaruhi oleh faktor-faktor lain yang tidak diteliti dalam penelitian ini seperti usia, pendidikan, jenis pekerjaan, pendapatan, masa tinggal di desa dan tingkat komunikasi. Dengan demikian, untuk meningkatkan partisipasi masyarakat dalam program RS-RTLH, pemerintah desa dan pemangku kepentingan harus meningkatkan keterlibatan mereka dalam pelaksanaan program di desa Mumbang Jaya.
  • Community empowerment model through optimization of the role of Indonesian migrant workers (PMI) PURNA in encouraging achievement of the sustainable development goal in East Lampung Regency

    Munawaroh, Kholifatul (Jurusan Ilmu Administrasi Publik, Universitas Lampung, 2019-08-01)
    Indonesian Migrant Workers (PMI) who have ended their employment contracts, are called purna PMI. Full PMI who have returned from working abroad bring enormous remittances. Remittances that are not managed properly will run out for consumptive purposes, so that it can cause purna PMI who have returned from working abroad to depart again as PMI. Therefore, purna PMI needs to be fostered and empowered with the aim of having sustainable income, thus having the opportunity to be able to create jobs for the surrounding communities. This research uses descriptive research with a qualitative approach. Based on the results of the study, there is currently a purna PMI empowerment program, namely the Program (1) Productive Migrant Village by the Ministry of Manpower, (2) Empowerment program for PMI Gold by the National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Workers (BNP2TKI). This program is actually relatively good, but the program in East Lampung Regency has not run optimally. This is because there are still obstacles such as human PMI resources that are still lack of knowledge, difficult access to capital, marketing of entrepreneurial products that have not been maximized and lack of local partners who are involved in the empowerment process. This has led to the need for synergies in creating and implementing an empowerment model, which can be a reference model for empowerment of regions with full PMI follicle to encourage the achievement of sustainable development in East Lampung Regency.
  • 高校图书馆电子阅览室管理建设——以现代网络技术的伦理道德效应为中心

    祝, 凤云 (贺州学院, 2009-06)
  • 早期美国道德伦理规范及其当代启示

    张, 百顺; 张, 海玲 (贺州学院, 2009-06)
  • 邓小平伦理思想的核心 : 一切为了人民的利益

    张, 茹兰 (河北民族师范学院, 2003-03)
  • 几种非人类中心主义的环境伦理观

    唐, 德才 (普洱学院, 2002-04)
  • 思茅地区世居少数民族优秀传统伦理思想研究

    赵, 泽洪; 林, 永 (普洱学院, 2001-02)
  • 可持续发展消费伦理的大力倡导及其生态意义

    钟, 祖荣 (北京教育学院, 2002-08)
  • 学生评价伦理回归的生本取向

    唐, 晋 (广东省教育科学研究所, 2009-08)

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