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by Sanar Yurdatapan,Abdurrahman Dilipak,Isfendiyar Eralp,Aaron Aji

eBook Opposites: Side by Side download ISBN: 080761520X
Author: Sanar Yurdatapan,Abdurrahman Dilipak,Isfendiyar Eralp,Aaron Aji
Publisher: George Braziller; 1 edition (September 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 220
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Yurdatapan and Dilipak have co-written a book whose cover promises they will "agree to disagree in the spirit of human rights and freedom of expression.

ISBN-13: 978-0807615201. Yurdatapan and Dilipak have co-written a book whose cover promises they will "agree to disagree in the spirit of human rights and freedom of expression.

In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak-one an atheist and the other a devout Islamic theologian-present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression.

In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak-one an atheist and the other a devout Islamic theologian-present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression

by. Şanar Yurdatapan.

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In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak-one an atheist and the other a devout Islamic theologian-present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression

In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak-one an atheist and the other a devout Islamic theologian-present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression.

Sevenlerinin Kurduğu Bir Sayfadır.

Opposites : side by side. foreword by Aron Aji ; afterword by Jonathan Sugden ; translated from the Turkish by Isfendiyar Eralp. The red, Sanar Yurdatapan. Kırmızı ile yeşil, yeşil ile kırmızı. The green, Abdurrahman Dilipak.

Personal Name: Yurdatapan, ðSanar Sugden ; translated from the Turkish by Isfendiyar Eralp.

Personal Name: Yurdatapan, ðSanar. Uniform Title: K¸rm¸z¸ ile yeðsil, yeðsil ile k¸rm¸z¸. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak - one an atheist, the other a devout Muslim - present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression and mutual understanding

In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak - one an atheist, the other a devout Muslim - present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression and mutual understanding. Adhering to the Voltairian maxim, "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say i. Opposites: Side by Side compels its readers to read the very different thoughts of two very different men on a variety of issues ranging from human rights to human origin and from gender roles to faith

In Opposites: Side by Side, Turkish authors Sanar Yurdatapan and Abdurrahman Dilipak--one an atheist and the other a devout Islamic theologian--present their opposing views side by side in the spirit of freedom of expression. Rather than allowing themselves to be isolated by their fundamental disagreement, they've achieved a genuine respect for each other's differing views: "We wanted to show that we could live together with our differences, holding onto them." The book is composed of two halves, each divided into short essays, in which both men separately tackle such contentious issues as faith, fundamentalism, gender roles, human rights, jihad, and human origin. The theologian Dilipak's half serves as an antidote to the unfortunate misperceptions that have recently come to define Islam in the West, earnestly and knowledgeably advocating the centrality of reason, individual confession, education, and democracy in true Islam. Yurdatapan's portion is marked by the energy and urgency of a seasoned activist and human-rights worker, and he writes, like Dilipak, with insightful clarity about his positions on such issues as atheism, freedom of expression, freedom of religion, and conscience crimes. Each essay ends with a notation that refers the reader to the corresponding essay in the other half of the book. Readers of all faiths and ethnicities will appreciate this sincere attempt at mutual understanding.