So Hasan, what's your latest stance?
The way you have posed the question is suggestive of Hassan having different stances and isn’t a principled person. That’s a lie and a slur.
I completely disagree with the nonsensical duality of “Agnostic Muslim” advanced by Hassan on linguistic, historical, logical and theological grounds. But I do not doubt his honesty, integrity and seriousness of purpose.
If Hassan is fickle and without principles, then tell us all about the things he is now advocating which are different from the things he has always done from the founding of this forum. Waste your time, if you please, and give us some detail. While you're at it, tell us about his motives, financial or otherwise, to having allegedly different stances.
Hassan Ridwan is, let me add, a real person. He is so ridiculously above the disguised cowardliness of Wahhabist, Shinsengumi and nameless others. Thus, you cannot successfully cast aspersions on his person because nobody had had the (dis)pleasure of knowing your personal name or personal history so as to investigate whether or not you yourself have always been honest, consistent, and with principles.
Publically so far, you have shown inconsistency yourself:
1. Why did you need to give the Quran another chance in 2013? Why was this inconsistent stance on your part?
2. In 2012, you said that you still had “a strong urge to revert back to Islam”. Do you still have this powerful urge? Have you given in to this urge? Is it of gargantuan wisdom to give or not to give in to strong urges in matters of spiritual as well as gastronomical nature? Do your strong urges keep you up at night or cause you other kinds of trouble? What's the latest on that personal front?
3. You further said you missed the days of praying and that you really want to go back to Islam because of its cleanliness and personal hygiene. Wait! Do you not wash every day after Islam? If so, what's stopping you? Do you mind a little bit of scatology such as being told to pull your shit together? What’s the latest on that personal front and possibly backside?
4. How about getting speculative with you too: is it really impossible to suspect you of having participated in this thread with two different names?
Would it be wholly unlikely that you are just a disappointed devotee who is unable to cope with Shaikh Hassan’s religious ambivalence? Does Hassan hold such moral suasion over you? Are you by any chance the latest victim of hero worship?
5. Why else would you not be able to cope with Hassan's continuous self-analysis and examination if you really hadn't reposed too much faith in his faithlessness?
Are you afraid Hassan's toying with Islam might lead him back to where you do not seem to have the courage of your strong urges or convictions to tread?
6. D'you think Hassan owes you anything because you unwisely might have had made him your role model?
These and more accusatory things can be said to and about you — things not all of which firmly reside in the realm of unlikely possibilities. Nor their being unable, on the whole, to add a grain of eventual wisdom to a mountain of actual nonsense is sufficient for others to immediately ignore it, or to underestimate the easy validity of getting terribly personal with you in return.