I Dared to Call Him Father - Chapter 3, The Dreams Summary & Analysis

Bilquis Sheikh
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Chapter 3, The Dreams Summary and Analysis

Bilquis returns to the Bible and reads a passage that says believing in Christ is the end to the struggle for righteousness. She reads further that if one believes in Jesus then he is saved. Of course, Bilquis knows that this was all wrong. Muslim laws teach that Jesus died and went to Heaven and God replaced him with a look-alike on the cross. Someday he would come to earth and reign for forty years, marry, have children and stand to be judged by God like everyone else. Bilquis concludes that the Bible must be blasphemy. Bilquis falls asleep wondering why, if the God of the Koran is the same as the God of the Bible, is the God of the Koran one of vengeance and punishment while the God of the Bible is one of mercy...

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