Rocking Preacher Bradlee Dean Responds to Anti-homosexual & Abortion Allegations

Bradlee Dean, a pastor and musician based in Minnesota, has come under fire many times in the past several years from critics. These critics have lied about his anti-homosexual stand, his stand on abortion and recently a school assembly in which Mr. Dean dealt with the issue of abortion in regards to the Constitution.

Dean is the founder of You Can Run International. His words have often been twisted as saying that he is calling for the execution of homosexuals. However, nothing could be further from the truth.

The media often takes words out of context and thus when they do they end up making someone say something they are not at all saying. Take for instance how Bradlee Dean simply pointed out that Muslims executed homosexuals according to law and spoke of how they had more morality than American Christians in that aspect of holding up what the Bible calls an abomination. He wasn’t calling for homosexuals to be executed. What he was saying is that America has failed to call homosexuality what it is: sin and an abomination before God.

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By the way, for any homosexuals who might be reading this and think I or Bradlee are homophobes, let me ask you, do you even know what the word means? It means “fear of people”. Neither I or Bradlee are fearful of people. Nor are we fearful of homosexuals. However, do we fear the wrath of God upon our nation, just as it came to Sodom and Gomorrah? You betcha!

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This is why Bradlee Dean’s message has been on that. It is not necessarily “anti-homosexuals,” but is a pro-family message. It is not “anti-abortion,” but pro-life. When you listen to the man speak, his words are filled with love, not hate. He genuinely desires for homosexuals to repent of their homosexuality. He genuinely desires that mothers would not murder their unborn children and he genuinely desires for people to know their Bible and their Constitution.

The mission purpose of You Can Run International is:

“To reshape America by re-directing the current and future generations both morally and spiritually through education, media, and the Judeo-Christian values found in our U.S. Constitution.”

The recent controversy was caught on video concerning Bradlee Dean’s teaching of the Constitution and inserting the issue of abortion in the midst of it. What follows is a series of videos and you can find more on YouTube concerning Bradlee Dean.

Before viewing the videos, which I highly recommend, notice that Dean and his band, Junkyard Prophet, had been at the school in question in Dunkerton, IA before and received praise from the principal there at the time, Jim Moeller.

Here is the clip where Dean addressed the Constitution and the issue of Abortion and was told to leave and the kids dismissed, but watch what happens:

Here is the portion of the presentation which covers infanticide, Planned Parenthood and the issue of abortion:

This shows how the media distorted things and how Mr. Dean set the record straight:

And finally at a community forum, the residents and students spoke out on behalf of Dean and his band:

This is a true American and I applaud his stand and his desire to help the youth of the country. We need more men and women like him who love people enough to confront them with truth. God bless Bradlee Dean.

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