I Dared to Call Him Father - Chapter 7, The Baptism of Fire and Water Summary & Analysis

Bilquis Sheikh
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Chapter 7, The Baptism of Fire and Water Summary and Analysis

Bilquis is visited by a Satanic presence. She prays for help from the Lord. Jesus appears to her and tells her that she will not have another such experience. He tells her she must be baptized immediately. Bilquis fears the baptism since it will be an overt act against Islam and may put her or others in her household in danger. However, the feeling is so strong that she pursues baptism by asking her Christian friends for help. They finally agree to drive her to Peshawar a conservative community where she would surely be quickly exposed. None the less, she is determined and plans to travel to Peshawar. Bilquis feels such an overwhelming urgency to be baptized that she draws a bath and baptizes herself.

The plans have changed...

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