14 Comments to “From theist to athiest – Part 2”

  1. fatima

    May 9th, 2011

    very interesting 🙂 (Y) (Y)

  2. Ali Abbas

    May 9th, 2011

    thanks a lot!

  3. […] From theist to athiest – Part 2 […]

  4. Afshan

    May 9th, 2011

    i liked the whole post but last line was aweful 😛

    "Who is Meharunissa and what happened next? Find out in the next and final part 3"

  5. Ali Abbas

    May 9th, 2011

    hahaha thank you for the honest comment afshan, well everything can not be perfect. Will try and improve it the next time 🙂

  6. Umme Kulsoom

    May 9th, 2011

    You sure that last part is going to be third right ? ;). Waiting! Good going so far!

  7. Ali Abbas

    May 9th, 2011

    hahaha yes i am sure of it! last part coming up next

  8. Afshan

    May 9th, 2011

    aa aa u r taking it in wrong direction ..let me rephrase,i said awful coz i was so involved in the situation and suddenly it ends..i just cant wait to know the ending :d :d

    anyways its really nice so far ! actually half of the attention title seizes 🙂

    Now u can say this is an honest comment :p

    • Lerato

      Oct 25th, 2012

      Gerard: Great post, thanks! You wrote: One thing that Gillard’s staetments indicate is that there is of course not just one form of atheism, strictly adhered to by all of its ‘followers’, but instead, atheism is a broad worldview, which is inclusive of many different people and can shape different people’s perspectives in varying ways. This is, I think, precisely the point that Craig Calhoun makes in Rethinking Secularism (week 10 s readings). Secularism isn’t just neutral; just as we want to distinguish among varieties of religiosity, we also need to examine varieties of secularism that are prevalent in different states (Hann’s discussion of the relation between religion and the state in Poland and Turkey comes to mind) as well as varieties of atheism. Gillard seems to be a Christian atheist and we might expect Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, indigenous, or other atheists to have rather different ways of justifying certain kinds of politics.

  9. Shajia

    May 10th, 2011

    gr8 piece of work! 🙂 looking forward to the next (FINAL) part:P

  10. Ali Abbas

    May 10th, 2011

    @Afshan: i guess there was some confusion! thnx for clearing that out..

    @Shajia: thanku for the appreciation, be sure to check out the next and FINAL part

  11. Samreen

    May 10th, 2011

    what nexxxxxxxxxttttttt????????????????

    waiting eagerly………so far soooo good.

  12. Ali Abbas

    May 10th, 2011

    i will start writing the next part very soon.. hope i can keep everyone as interested as the 1st and 2nd part

  13. Hafsa

    May 10th, 2011

    gr8 work! i seriously hope the 3rd part is the last!!


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