Life is likened unto two roads: one of fire and one of ice. If you walk in  the one, you will be burned, and if in the other, you will be frozen. What shall one do? Walk in the middle.

Diane Weber Bederman is a spokesperson for current events & writer on topics such as; Ethics, Politics, Religion and Mental Health. She is a book author and highly published columnist.   Diane feels, “There is a shortage of respectful dialogue, today.  And too much opinion expressed that is fact free.”  Welcome to ”The Middle Ground Blog”, Diane’s collection of articles where the opinions you read may not be yours, but they will always be based on fact.

This Mother’s Day, Think of the Kids

Mother's day is around the corner. For too many children whose families are restructuring all they want for the day to be happy is their father. They want their dream back. They want to be able to love both parents equally without guilt. We owe it to our children to put their rights, their best...
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Converting to Islam

Convert to Islam. What does it mean? We are told that Islam is a religion of peace and those who terrorize in the name of Islam are not Muslims. They are radicalized youth.  They are poor, uneducated, unemployed.  No. That is not true. Whatever else they might be, they are Muslims. How do I know?...
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The Right to Die and to Kill

  Joseph Fletcher wrote in The Ethics of Genetic Control 1988, “The world no longer needs all the individuals we are capable of bringing into it—especially those who are unable to compete and are an unhappy burden to others. If the size of our families must be limited, surely we are entitled...
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A Question of Evil

We do not see that the evil committed by sins of omission is no less than the evil of sins of commission. Apropos of no particular reason, I decided to write about evil. Not that it's difficult to find. No deep-throat type of investigation. But, from whence does it come? Are we by nature born...
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       About The Book

Not only are we under attack from those who hate our way of life, but our Western culture is crumbling from the internal pressures of worshiping the false gods of absolute tolerance, inclusion, and accommodation to the point that we welcome beliefs, customs, and rituals that undermine our democracy—in the name of democracy!

 

              Kudos

“An Intimate Soul Searching Journey. I highly recommend Back to the Ethic as a must read for all people of faith and people struggling with faith…”

“I’m very impressed with this book. Diane Weber Bederman give a very thorough understanding of exactly why the Judeo Christian tradition is the very foundation of our society. She shows exactly why it works and why other belief systems do not…”