This blog is the saga of two Alpha women who tasted the pleasures of self-disclosure amid the religious extremism and scholarly abyss.
Saliha Tariq. Playing against the current since ever. Determined to unlearn the learned. Literature enthusiast took a sharp turn towards the spiritual dimension and hence, the unrest. An academic, currently working on M.Phil dissertation on “Film and Religion” from IIUI.
Asma Hussain Khan, a Kashmiri by blood and Pakistani by nationality, is an independent consultant of Politics and Psychology of Interfaith. She delved her graduation in Comparative Religions from IIUI in 2007, and further her M.Phil in Psychology of Religions from the same Institute. Above all odds, somewhere in moderation she felt Alive. Since then, she is teaching in various high profile universities of Pakistan alongside her professional and research commitments.
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Khan, H. A. & Javeria, A. (2014). Venerability of Soul: An Islamic Perspective. In The Concept Of Soul: Scientific And Religious Perspectives. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-4438-5489-4.
Khan, H. A. (2014). Supreme beyond body is Thy creation God: The Venerability Of Soul In Islamic Psychology. [Online]. SocioInt ’14. Istanbul: Ocerint. Available from: http://www.ocerint.org/Socioint14_ebook/papers/138.pdf
Khan, H. A. (2014). The Problem Of Evil: Islamic Theodicy. [Online]. In SocioInt ’14. Istanbul: Ocerint. Available from: http://www.ocerint.org/Socioint14_ebook/papers/139.pdf