I understood what you're trying to say, but there's no word for all of those concepts put together. Just because someone is relgioues doesn't prevent that person from being materialistic, and just because someone is Atheistic doesn't mean that person is modern (and so on and so forth).<quoted text>
Each word which I used in my post is well understood. Modern Materialistic Atheist Philosophy, which of this word you did not understand?
Secularism is a part of the Modern Materialistic Atheist Philosophy, not the whole of it.
Separating religion from state is a standard Christian concept, because Jesus did not leave any directions about it, so Christians are clueless as to how to act on this.
I am so busy in telling about Islam that I have no time to study Sufism and Deism, if you have studied it, then present their beliefs and I will comment how for they are supported by Islam.
Once you have Gold Standard, you do not go about analyzing Bronze or Copper or Zinc Standards . It is these standards who get to be certified and corrected against the Gold Standard.
Islams position is the same vis a vis other isms and ity .
Secularism isn't a Christian concept...it can be applied to several areas, but the fact remains that it's still a relatively young concept.
And I'm not so sure it's valid to say that Islam/religion in general is the "gold standard." There is a HUGE amount of flaws and horribly outdated concepts and rules in any religion. By refusing to actually learn about other philosophies I think you are denying yourself the virtue of learning and curiosity. I'm not trying to say that you should abandon religion; rather, you can't analyse other concepts if you don't know much about them. That's why I'm rather skeptical about your "analysis" on any non Islamic tradition.
I'm not an expert on many religions, but I have at least tried to learn about the dangers of a religiously based society. That in itself can be applied broadly.