There are three schools of thoughts post Islam for many Exmuslims:
– There are those who cannot shake away Skydaddy and the need to know there is an afterlife so they seek to find an alternative to fill that void. Some take Christianity, Hindu, Buddhism, Judaism, or any number of other faiths.
– There are those who rationalise the whole concept of Skydaddy as made up and rightly there is enough historic context to prove that much of human faith is man made. Thus, they become atheists but that is hard to prove “scientifically”. How can anyone conclusively prove there is no god. The concept of god is too abstract to be able to deny.
– The third group, not well understood in Islamic countries, called Agnostics. They accept that the concept of god is impossible to prove or disprove. They accept that based on the evidence, all religions we have are man made – including Islam That is the bit Islamic countries don’t understand, they think this group believe there is god but not sure which religion is true! That is absolutely not the case. Agnostic evaluation is based on historic, scientific, logic, and moral evidence that none of the faiths in their “original form” are from an all knowing and all merciful skydaddy. And that if there is a maker for this universe, this god, gods, alien beings, spirit.. whatever, neither tried to communicate with us or care about us. That is based on what we have in front of us as evidence, this “maker” has left us to it.
And there you have it…the three post-Islam branches of Exmuslims. Feel free to correct me if I am wrong.