Maybe your dad has always had his own doubts too, which is why he has found it easier to accept that you have them?
For all you know it could eventually lead to his apostasy too, not that it's necessary of course, but I really do get a strong feeling that your father's faith rests on shakier foundations than you originally thought.
Good story Peru, have no idea why I only just got round to reading it but I definately feel like I know you better now.
Thank you Berbs
My dad's faith is getting stronger each day, ever since he went to Hajj his faith has never been the same. He truly loves his religion, I don't feel his doubt is anything more than the average theist. It would take a lot to shake his faith and in a way I really don't want to do it but I have no choice. I'll go easy on him but the only way to make him understand me is to show the harsher aspects of Islam.
It's odd that he is embracing the religion more after hajj, yet reacting very relaxed about your doubts, that's the only reason I thought perhaps he had once harboured doubts too.
Guess it doesn't really matter in the long run, if he can accept you as an ex muslim (properly and completely) then what does it matter if he still is one, since he obviously is in islam for the personal reasons.