The Quran and critical thinking

Irshad Manji: “I’m not a moderate Muslim. I’m a reformer.”

God, I admire this woman. Or, should I say, “Allah, I admire this woman”! So brave, so right-on.

The Quran contains three times as many verses calling on Muslims to engage in critical thinking rather than blind submission. And, in that sense, reformist Muslims are at least as authentic as the so-called moderates, and, quite frankly, usually more conservative.

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One thought on “The Quran and critical thinking

  1. Hi,

    Since you’re a fan of hers, I would like to invite you to my website to read some of my criticisms towards Irshad Manji, and in the process, I would like obtain some feedback from you if possible. You can also follow me if you are interested in my work. Thanks in advance.

    -Replying to Irshad Manji

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