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''I Dared to Call Him Father is a fascinating autobiography that challenged me in my walk with God. How many of us would be true to our faith if we knew that embracing Christianity could be our death sentence?'' --Mary Ann Littrell, Christian Librarian --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.
How do I give myself to God completely?
What happens when I do?
I Dared to Call Him Father is a book for everyone who has ever asked these questions.
It is the fascinating true story of Bilquis Sheikh, a prominent Muslim woman in South Asia who faced these questions at the crossroads of her life-and found the astonishing answers.
Her entire life turned upside down as a series of strange dreams launched her on a quest that would forever consume her heart, mind and soul.
This 25th anniversary edition contains a new afterword by a Western friend of Bilquis and a new appendix on how the East enriches the West.
An amazing book of a womans courage and confiction. Not easy to be a Christian in a Muslim country. An inspiration to me. A must read.PoPPublished 3 days ago by Charlotte Smith
I learned to read the bible in a new and exciting way thanks to Bilquis!Published 4 days ago by Jane Wilcox
It was a very good book , It has helped me to be strong in my faith . Just to see how much faith she had is very encouraging. Love itPublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing story of an Eastern woman who could not deny the power of God. Very helpful in understanding Middle East culture and tradition.Published 5 days ago by Robin
The love of God reaches and saves the lost, even in places where the mention of His wonderful Name can cost you your life. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jonty
What a compelling read about a Muslim woman's change of heart. I read it all in a day and a half and enjoyed her story.Published 9 days ago by brio
I have never been more spellbound by a book. I did not want to put it down. Reading what was written by those who knew her was almost as good as her story. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Charles R. Botts