Becoming a Believer in an Islamic Culture

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Becoming a Believer in an Islamic Culture Running head: BECOMING A BELIVER IN AN ISLAMIC CULTURE Becoming a Believer in an Islamic Culture James O. Montford, Jr. Grand Canyon University INT 303 September 29, 2010 1
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Becoming a Believer in an Islamic Culture Becoming a Believer in an Islamic Culture The purpose of this paper is to write a review of the autobiography of Bilqis Sheikh in her book “ I Dare To Call Him Father. ” Without retelling the story, I will attempt to share the life of Bilqis Sheikh how she encountered Christ in a Muslim country. This paper will share quotes, specific details of her life and culture in a Muslim culture as well as discuss religious traditions values and practices. Careful not to place judgment of the cultural system that is not like the one that I am accustom. This paper will serve, as a book reviews of one hundred ninety pages that will make you want to cuddle up with this book and read it for yourself. Bilquis Sheikh, a highborn Pakistani woman, came to know the Lord in a supernatural way in 1966. I know all conversions are supernatural, just as all are radical and life changing but her experience involving prophetic dreams particularly reflects the former. The early
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course CHRISTIAN 101 taught by Professor Don'tremember during the Spring '11 term at Grand Canyon.

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