Konsep Pendidikan Keluarga Islam
AbstractAbstract: This paper focuses on the concept of family education from the Islamic perspective. This paper assumes that globalization has a negative effect one which of them is young Indonesian erosion of moralty. Therefore, it is necessary to revitalize the family’s education which is built on the foundation of monotheism, supported by pillars of teaching, and has the ultimate goal of forming perfect human being. Keyword: Family Education, Tauhid, Moralty.
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