Religious war takes toll on USA in Pensacola author’s thought-provoking new novel
PENSACOLA, Fla. — Author I.G. Hughes Jr. announces the nationwide release of his engrossing new religious novel, “Rejected: A Nation in Decline.”
“Rejected” takes its readers to the United States of the future, where a split television screen revealed the Oval office in Washington and the war room at the Pentagon. The president, vice-president, several cabinet members in the Oval office and a dozen generals at the Pentagon knelt, with hooded men standing behind them. When a command was given, many in Pastor Glenn’s home looked away in horror, as the hooded men brandished their knives.
If, because of its sin, God allowed a foreign nation to take away Judah, who he considered was the apple of his eye, do you think it’s inconceivable that he would allow the United States, because of its sin, to be rejected and overrun by an enemy nation? Pastor Glenn and his group pondered the same question.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Hughes, who served as a Ranger in the 82nd Airborne Division, has earned a bachelor’s degree from then Dallas Baptist College and a master’s degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served as pastor of Calvary Chapel of Pensacola until retirement. Hughes and his wife, Linda, have two sons, five grandchildren and one great-grandson. He is based in Pensacola, Florida.