• Al Mukarromah Institut Ilmu Al-Qur'an (IIQ) Jakarta


Family is the smallest social institution in life. If a family is able to deal with various household problems, then this is a determining factor in determining the quality of humans in it, and vice versa. Therefore, if there are family problems including differences in the religion adopted by family members, then as a reference, from an Islamic perspective there are things that need to be done and taboo to do in order to maintain the rights and feelings between family members of different religions. In addition, the perspective of da'wah and communication science also needs to be a reference to stay on the path of decency. And if a spark of conflict arises, then they understand what needs to be done by referring to the science of da'wah and communication science in managing conflict in families of different religions.

This article can be a reference to find out how important it is to understand the perspective of the Qur'an, da'wah science, and communication science in understanding the discourse of religious differences in the family realm, attitudes between children towards parents of different religions, and the urgency of tolerance towards other religions. The benefits of this research are a source of inspiration, motivation and add insight into the treasures of Islamic scholarship for scientists or practitioners of the science of the Koran, da'wah science, and communication science. This study uses qualitative methods, namely descriptive research methods, using analysis and referring to library data, namely books, journals, and other supporting documents that can support this research. Its application in the family sphere according to the Koran is that the child is asked to remain devoted to his parents even though he is of a different religion, as long as both parents do not command partners with Allah SWT, the child must still respect and obey his parents. Then as for the limits of respecting fellow family members of different religions, it has been answered in the da'wah code of ethics, which includes social interactions with people of different religions, including: a) not forcing them to embrace Islam; b) Do not insult non-Muslim gods; c) Do not underestimate one group with another group. Finally, even if the things above have been done and understood, but still conflicts occur, it is possible to do what is stated in the interpersonal communication theory according to Kathleen S. Verderber, namely: a) by opening lines of communication, b) communication is carried out openly, c) mutual respect and respect for the rights of each family member, d) good at adapting to change, and e) good at managing conflict.


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Al Mukarromah. (2022). PERBEDAAN AGAMA DI RANAH KELUARGA DALAM PERSPEKTIF ALQURAN DAN KOMUNIKASI DAKWAH. Nida’ Al-Qur’an : Jurnal Kajian Quran Dan Wanita, 20(1), 51-62. Retrieved from