Yehudit Abrams was a curious child. So much so that at the age of ten, she began her search for truth. Her Quaker upbringing in Boise, Idaho provided her with a strong connection to G-d, to prayer, and to studying the Bible, but she had too many questions that no one would answer.
"I was born questioning," Yehudit shares. "It didn't make sense to me that a man could be god, or the idea of original sin. It didn't make sense to me that a man who died on a cross could send me to heaven. It never added up, even at the age of ten."