Barbara Golder – Former Episcopalian
January 31, 2017
Barbara Golder’s search for truth took the form of her love of scientific inquiry. She was born into a Methodist family, delivered by a Jewish doctor in a Catholic hospital- and all of those faith traditions would play a part in her journey. Eventually becoming an Episcopalian, the moral relativism of some elements of the hierarchy in that Church made her feel like an outcast in her own congregation for holding to traditional Christian teachings about marriage and sexuality. She eventually went to the Catholic Church because of its stability on moral questions, but fell in love with everything about Catholicism along the way.
Barbara is also the author of a Catholic murder mystery: Dying for Revenge.