Cheryl Abram’s Firing God reads like a document of permission, permission to question the ultimate authority and meet one’s self without fear. Cheryl Abram is a working mother of 4 children a spiritual author and lecturer. She has been a popular guest on numerous national and international radio and video shows. She holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from the Catholic University of America, a Masters Degree in Quality Systems Management from the National Graduate School of Quality Management.
Cheryl Abram is also an Army Veteran, Her book, Firing God brings to the forefront age old questions, dilemmas and silent disappointments with the concepts of God sold to us all by religion. More specifically for Cheryl her experiences came through her practicing faith in Christianity. Cheryl’s book taps into the ongoing theme of our sinful nature and unworthiness in the eyes of God, or at least that’s the perspective delivered by Christianity. Firing God exposes the psychological trauma endured by followers shackled by the concept of a punishing god and one woman’s account of removing those shackles.