For the first time in history, the perpetrator of a mass school shooting is getting sympathy. A deranged woman murdered three children and three adults at a Nashville Christian school…but she was transgender, so LGBTQ advocates are defending her. Some are even blaming the victims!
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we’ll discuss what the senseless violence in Nashville tells us about our culture.
Jim Olson was the founding board chair for 40 Days for Life. He's also a retired CIA spy. And he's back for part two of our special interview with him on The 40 Days for Life Podcast.
In this episode, Jim shares:
Jim Olson was the founding board chair for 40 Days for Life. He's also a retired CIA spy. And he sat down with us for a special two-part series of The 40 Days for Life Podcast.
In this episode, Jim shares wild stories you won't hear anywhere else as well as expert insights on America's past, present and future, including:
Jim will be back again next week to discuss 40 Days for Life, his faith journey, and why abortion is such a critical issue globally.
It’s Holy Week—the week that changed the world. The redeeming passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ were all set into motion when Judas agreed to betray our Lord.
Betrayal is a particularly cold sin—because it’s a sin against loyalty and trust. There’s a reason that we still use the name “Benedict Arnold” to describe a traitor, nearly 250 years after the American Revolution. There’s a reason Dante reserved the 9th—and ultimate—circle of hell for traitors. And 2,000 years later, we still look with scorn toward Judas Iscariot for betraying his (and our) Creator and Redeemer.
Abortion is another form of betrayal. On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we’ll look at: