On radio Tuesday, Glenn announced he'd been thinking about getting a tattoo on his wrist. While admitting his church strongly recommends against getting tattoos, Glenn said there's something he feels so strongly about he wants it to be displayed for others to see and never erased.
What would the tattoo image be?
"It looks kind of like a U with a dot on it," Glenn said.
It's a symbol jihadists have been spray painting on the homes of Christians in Middle East.
"What it means in Arabic is the Nazarene. It means you follow the Nazarene. And if they spray paint this on your doorpost, it means you're marked for death. Anybody who lives in that house follows the Nazarene, they're marked for death and we're going to burn their house down," Glenn said.
We're living in foretold times and our back as a nation is up against a wall, Glenn explained. This is a position we haven't been in since World War II, he added, but this war is not going to be the same. This war is mainly going to be digital, he said.
"When we can play audio where people are selling body parts and the ground beneath our feet does not shake from people standing up, when that can be played and a presidential candidate can then come out and say, I proudly stand with those people, we are in deep trouble," Glenn said.
And that's why Glenn was thinking about getting a tattoo on his wrist. To show unashamed solidarity with those being targeted for their Christian beliefs.
"Raise your hand. I'm not going over the cliff with the rest of society. I refuse to do it," Glenn said.
Watch the video of Glenn's impassioned monologue below.