Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before It Gets Better?

Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before It Gets Better?

October 14, 2015 12:00 ET
Recent news reports have been filled with the stories of masses of refugees fleeing the Middle East as radical Islamic militants continue their death march across the region. Christians and other religious minorities bear the brunt of the radicals’ wrath, facing captivity at best and death at worst because of their beliefs. Between the spread of fanatical Islamist ideology and the looming likelihood of a nuclear Iran, the implications for the region and the rest of the world are dire. Bob Maginnis’ new book, Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before it Gets Better? is a call for leaders and citizens throughout the world to unite around a Christian

Recent news reports have been filled with the stories of masses of refugees fleeing the Middle East as radical Islamic militants continue their death march across the region. Christians and other religious minorities bear the brunt of the radicals’ wrath, facing captivity at best and death at worst because of their beliefs. Between the spread of fanatical Islamist ideology and the looming likelihood of a nuclear Iran, the implications for the region and the rest of the world are dire.

Bob Maginnis’ new book, Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before it Gets Better? is a call for leaders and citizens throughout the world to unite around a Christian ethic as the key to combating radical Islam. With an eye to biblical prophecy, Maginnis draws on an extensive background in national security and foreign policy analysis to give readers a comprehensive understanding of this age of geopolitics. Never Submit challenges readers to join in a campaign that seeks not only to save Middle Eastern Christians from genocide but also to defend the rest of the world from Islamic extremism. Join FRC and Bob Maginnis as he comes to discuss this timely, important book.

Bob Maginnis is a Washington, DC-based national security and foreign policy analyst with 22 years of broadcast experience appearing on many major television and radio outlets, including Fox News and CNN.  He has published more than 800 articles on national security and geopolitical issues and is the author of Deadly Consequences: How Cowards Are Pushing Women into Combat (Regnery, 2013) and his new book, Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before It Gets Better?, (Defender Publishing, 2015).

Bob has extensive policy experience, having served in the past as vice president for policy at the Family Research Council. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, retiring from the Army as a Lt. Col. He served as an infantry leader in command and staff positions with four infantry divisions on three continents.

Currently at the Pentagon, Maginnis supervises international affairs specialists and trains Army officers in security cooperation engagement with foreign armies. He is also the vice president for operations with MESMO Inc., a Maryland-based small business that specializes in language services, intelligence analysis, and security cooperation for the U.S. Government.

Bob is a committed Evangelical Christian who speaks at local churches, conferences, and in the media. He and his wife have two grown children.

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Recent news reports have been filled with the stories of masses of refugees fleeing the Middle East as radical Islamic militants continue their death march across the region. Christians and other religious minorities bear the brunt of the radicals’ wrath, facing captivity at best and death at worst because of their beliefs. Between the spread of fanatical Islamist ideology and the looming likelihood of a nuclear Iran, the implications for the region and the rest of the world are dire.

Bob Maginnis’ new book, Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before it Gets Better? is a call for leaders and citizens throughout the world to unite around a Christian ethic as the key to combating radical Islam. With an eye to biblical prophecy, Maginnis draws on an extensive background in national security and foreign policy analysis to give readers a comprehensive understanding of this age of geopolitics. Never Submit challenges readers to join in a campaign that seeks not only to save Middle Eastern Christians from genocide but also to defend the rest of the world from Islamic extremism. Join FRC and Bob Maginnis as he comes to discuss this timely, important book.

Bob Maginnis is a Washington, DC-based national security and foreign policy analyst with 22 years of broadcast experience appearing on many major television and radio outlets, including Fox News and CNN.  He has published more than 800 articles on national security and geopolitical issues and is the author of Deadly Consequences: How Cowards Are Pushing Women into Combat (Regnery, 2013) and his new book, Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before It Gets Better?, (Defender Publishing, 2015).

Bob has extensive policy experience, having served in the past as vice president for policy at the Family Research Council. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, retiring from the Army as a Lt. Col. He served as an infantry leader in command and staff positions with four infantry divisions on three continents.

Currently at the Pentagon, Maginnis supervises international affairs specialists and trains Army officers in security cooperation engagement with foreign armies. He is also the vice president for operations with MESMO Inc., a Maryland-based small business that specializes in language services, intelligence analysis, and security cooperation for the U.S. Government.

Bob is a committed Evangelical Christian who speaks at local churches, conferences, and in the media. He and his wife have two grown children.

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