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Muh. Tajab
Abd. Madjid
Mega Hidayati


Psychology, Patience, Exegesis, Values, Humanitarian, Personality


Shihab from Indonesia, especially to describe and analyze the relationship of patience with the personality in tafsīr al-Misbāh.

Methodology: This research is library research using text study methods. In the study of interpretive texts, one of them is the method of interpretation of mauḍū'i. The method of tafsīrmauḍū'i is a method of interpretation that discusses a particular theme, then seeks the view of the al-Qur’an on the matter by grouping verses, analyzing, discussing and understanding verse by verse, then gathering general verses into specific verses. In analyzing, text studies utilize library sources as a study material. The method used tafsīrthematic, which means to collect verses of the Qur'an correlated to the theme and discusses and analyzes the contents of the verse. The verses in the Qur'an collecting by its relation to the topic of patience and in the end, we take the conclusion as the answer from the al-Qur'an.

Main Findings: Patience in the al-Misbāh Exegesis brings a personality model to the thought that the value of life hangs on patience as religiousness, ethics, and meaningful life. The personality model grows an involvement of psychological well being on the foundation of ideal humanitarian ethics in the Quran, which is the highest outcome of the patients.

Applications of this study: This study can be utilized by educators, in teaching and learning and psychologists.

Novelty/Originality of this study: The personality model of patience in the-Misbāh Exegesisis positive. This personality model will minimize a person falling in the concept of terrorism, and increases to realizing psychological well-being, especially related to meaningfulness in life and self-mastery.


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