Diane Weber Bederman is a multi-faith endorsed hospital-trained chaplain with a background in science and the humanities.
She is a regular contributor to CanadaFreePress, Times of Israel, and Convivium, a magazine about faith in our community. She has been published in The Chesterton review and previously blogged at Huffington Post, Canada. Ms. Weber Bederman is a mental health advocate and writes about mental illness as well as religion, politics, and ethics on her blog: The Middle Ground: The Agora of the 21st Century. She is a proud member of Leading Women for Shared Parenting. Bederman lives in Ontario, Canada in a place she calls the Garden of Eden.
Diane now has two books published with Mantua Books. See her latest book, The Serpent and the Red Thread: The Definitive Biography of Evil, here.
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