Such flows freely secularism devastating role of religion in all public areas. Domain of religion pushed into a corner, which is limited to the maintenance process of birth, marriage, and death. In fact it is only taking care of his tendency to die. Because the birth was represented by the civil registry and the wedding was the civil registration authorities and courts. It is expected by the idea of secularism that he is free and is sponsored by supporters of the capitalist economic system because the power is also extended to the political and social fields. Therefore the wave of secularism that the economy is the domain of capitalism try to eliminate or sterilize religion in every economic sector, especially in the various policy and economic rules. Religious ideology should not color the economic practice. This expectation of capitalism. What is fact so?

In the West itself behind this is recognized the study of religion and economic relationship is very little not to say almost nothing. But is not there. Let's look at some of these studies. Adam Smith in his first book was considered the religious elements have a role in the economic field. In this case the religion he called by the term 'moral suasion'. He stated that the moral aspects should be colored and a role in the economy.

But in his next two are more famous 'The Wealth of Nations' religious aspect but eventually lost remains of the missing functions are replaced with the name 'invisible hand'. As we know in the end in theory, models, and economic policy, banking finance, the role and value of religion altogether eliminated.

Chester I Barnard (1938) have argued about the moral responsibilities of an executive to lead the company. Then Max Weber (1958) wrote a book about the positive effects of Protestant ethic against the spirit of capitalism in his book 'The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism ". Gerald Bell (1967) and then compare the success in the field of wealth and power between Protestants by Catholics. He Protestants conclude more successful in achieving wealth and power than with Catholicism. Gerhard Lenski (1967) found the same thing does religion affect one's mobility and success.

Lipset, Bendix, and Weller found a significant relationship between religious attitudes and economic behavior a person. Gordon Woodbine and Tungsten Chou (2003) saw the relationship between religious affiliation with the student's perception of the ethical consumer. They concluded that more Muslims have a commitment to ethics than Buddhists and Christians. Buddhists more committed than terhdap Christian ethics.

Indeed Emile Durkheim (1933) states that the economic prosperity of a nation diminished role of religion. But from the other side in line with the development of society, Naisbitt (1996) predicts the rise of the religious spirit of the future. Finally, with the corruptions of capitalism and it seems the emergence of alternative systems of capitalism both in the scope of the votes have a more humanistic sense and that came from outside such radical ideas (socialists, communists) and the Islamic cause more attention to cool this religion is increasing. This not only among Muslims but also among Catholics, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus etc.. Religion is also trying to formulate their positions in the economic field.

Cases such as the Enron scandal led to the emergence of corporate accountability law that increasingly tight and increasingly nuanced ethical thick and prominent. Even the recent appreciation to those who try to associate religion with secular science increasingly appreciated. For example Charles Tawney (89), Professor at the University of California Berkeley, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics (Quantum electronics) in 1964 received awards in April 2005 for trying to enter the spiritual aspect of his work.

He declared that religion and science in line. He used to bridge the religion and science. Tawney will receive the Templeton Prize prize of U.S. $ 1.5 million. Some opinions Tamney among others: 'If we look at what is religion is?, Religion tried to understand the purpose and meaning of our nature. Science tries to understand the function and structure. If there is understanding, the structure must have a lot to do with the meaning, in the long run they would be in line '.

It is possible to say that the physical laws that govern life in this world just a coincidence. But it was not possible methodological tested today. When he taught at Columbia University he gave a lecture on the topic 'The Convergence Science and Religion'. He stated that science and religion should be to find common ground.

The difference is vague or superficial even if we see the same qualities realnya. The findings in the field of astronomy discoveries have opened the eyes of men to religion. The fact that this nature was initially a wonderful thing, how can it exist without God?. The Templeton Prize for Progress Toward intended or Discovery Research Realities about and began Spriritual founded in 1972 by Sir John Templeton. Previous winner was Mother Teresa, Billy Graham, Holmes Rolston III, and John C Polkinghorne.

Islam from the beginning was never to separate aspects of religion and religion, including non-economic activities. Hence, Islam has always been the target of a target of capitalism and his minions who want to maintain hegemony in the world of God. Islam always put God as the ruler and the source of truth which is considered better than the theory and formulation of human values that are God's creation with all its limitations. No exception in the economic field.

The concept of celestial, celestial concept is considered better than the other concepts that have the basic limitations and has proved felt by mankind, in which the capitalist system was almost brought mankind kejurang destruction, wars and social conflicts due to the injustice and the violent destruction of natural .

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