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dc.contributor.authorAZZALI, SYAFRIZAL-
dc.description.abstractiv ABSTRACT This study is about Prophetic Values centered on four points of discussion: Fathanah (Intelligence), Amanah (Trustworthy), Siddiq (Honest), and Tabligh (Communicative). The main theory of Prophetic Values is the one proposed by Muchlis, S., (2022) states that the status of the khairu ummah is the golden generation with FAST characters (Fathanah (Intelligence), Amanah (Trustworthy), Siddiq (Honest), and Tabligh (Communicative)), fast and agile generation, intelligent, love Islam, able to adopt and realizing the properties of the prophet on all the steps in daily life, namely the nature of Fathanah, Amanah, Siddiq, and Tabligh. And this study is conducted with the qualitative research proposed by Lincoln (2005) stating that qualitative research is a situated activity that locates the observer in the world. It consists of a set of interpretive, material practices that makes the world visible, it means that qualitative research studies thing in nature and intends to interpret the phenomena. The finding is compatible with the Problem Identification that there are (a) Fathanah (Intelligence) (intelligence, tolerance, professional and initiative), (b) Amanah (Trustworthy) (trustworthy, respect, responsible, love and keeping promises), (c) Siddiq (Honest) (honest, resilient, tawadhu’, patient, objective and sincere), and (d) Tabligh (Communicative) (spontaneity, wise). Keywords: prophetic, values, novelen_US
dc.publisherFakultas Magister Sastra, Universitas Islam Sumatera Utaraen_US
dc.subjectprophetic, values, novelen_US
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