White Woman Cracks Preacher In The Head With A Bat Over His Beliefs

Glendale, Arizona preacher Brother Dean Saxton makes it a habit to stand outside local high schools and loudly condemn students and members of the LGBT community. ABC15 reports he often also holds a sign that reads, “You deserve to be raped.”

But when he embarked on one of his unsolicited missions this month at Apollo High School, Tabitha Brubaker, 19, responded to what she called hate speech by striking him over the head with a baseball bat, according to authorities. She has been charged with felony assault. Police also charged her with marijuana possession.

This is the visceral behavior of the ungodly. Violence is always the answer. Instead of walking away and ignoring this person, her evil heart went into a rage and simply attacked someone she did not even have to listen to. Walk away. I don’t attend KKK rally’s where people are shouting white power and leaving black boys hung on trees and as a Christian we are called to pray and even love our enemies.

It is easy to see the difference between those who serve Satan and those who serve Jesus. God will avenge the believer for every blow Satan has struck and those appointed for hell will arrive on time. Keep living for Jesus.


6 responses to “White Woman Cracks Preacher In The Head With A Bat Over His Beliefs

  1. Both people sound like they are full of violence. It is time for the church to be the light not a “righteous form if darkness. “

    • There is a difference between street preaching or holding a rally peaceful and chanting or speaking words that one disagrees with and striking someone. Using the word violence for speaking is wrong. Now striking someone with an object, hand or feet is assault. Freedom of speech is a blessing and I do not want that changed. I have the freedom to walk away.

      • Preaching brings attention to Christs grace. While it can involve calling out sin and God’s hatred for sin it is to be redemptive in nature. Was the speech redemptive? If not it might be supported by the first ammendment but not by God.

      • So you’re justifying the white woman’s action?

      • Not even remotely. What she did was wicked, evil and should be prosecuted. What the minister did cannot be judged by our courts. You are right free speech is a protected right. But He is subject to a higher judge and that Judge shall go to His motive. As believers we need to remember that and make sure our “preaching” offers hope and the pathway to freedom from sin not just condemnation of it.

      • Thanks for the clarity.

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