Islam reached Lombok in the sixteenth century. It was
brought by the Javanese Muslim preachers led by Sunan Prapen, the son of Sunan Giri, one of the famous nine saints (Wali Songo). Prior to the spread of Islam in this island, the indigenous people of Lombok (the Sasak) had embraced their own traditional religion,called Boda. This created dialectics between Islam and this local belief that resulted in the rise of vernacular expression of Islam called wetu teluin Bayan, north Lombok. This article is aimed to describe Islam in Lombok which is influenced by indigenous cultures and local religious beliefs. Different perspectivesof and understandings
in realizing Islamand its teachings as well as its acculturation into local structure have contributed to the emergence of plural and parochial Indonesian Islam. In Lombok, there are two variants of Islam which are diametrically separated: namely Wetu Telu and
Islam Waktu Lima. Wetu Telu can be categorized as a traditional relig ion, while Waktu Limacan be classified as a divine relig ions. However, this classification does not separate the former from the latter. These categories are fluid, where a certain category or specific
characteristic, which belongs to one group, may also be found in the other group. In other words, Wetu Telu religious practices may also contain the values, concepts, views, and certain practices that are common among the follower of Waktu Lima. Therefore, Waktu lima classified as divine relig ion may contain something that is parochial.