Sex Abuse At Pensacola Christian College

by David J. Stewart | December 2022

Romans 14:10, “But why dost thou judge thy brother? or why dost thou set at nought thy brother? for we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ.”

       I literally begged Pastor Jeff Redlin in 2022 to please allow me to attend Campus Church. Proving the hateful bigoted cult that they are at PCC, I was thrown under the bus and told in writing as of August 2, 2022 that I am not permitted to come back to Campus Church. Only a wicked CULT selectively cares about people and bans certain people from going to church. It is wickedness!!!

The following information is disturbing. Samantha field is a n alumni of PCC, who shares her traumatizing true story about how she was violated by a male student on PCC's campus. Like Samantha, I know how it feels to be thrown under the bus and abused by PCC leaders. All I wanted was to come back to church, which I had attended for several months in 2021 when I moved to Pensacola...

Samantha Field was a student at Pensacola Christian College in 2009, when she claims to have suffered repeated physical and sexual assaults—including two alleged rapes—by her ex-fiancé, a fellow student. Thanks to the school’s strict morality code, which doesn’t allow men and women to use the same elevators, much less be alone in the same room, Samantha was reluctant to report her story to the school for fear of inviting suspicion and scrutiny, if not expulsion. Eventually, other students and faculty members noticed something was wrong, and Field was called in to meet with college administrators, including the school’s dean for women, who, Field says, told her that “confession [is] good for the soul.” When she remained silent, having nothing to confess, Field was sent to the school counselor.

“I started to tell her that my boyfriend had made me do things that I didn’t want to do, but she interrupted me and asked what I needed to repent of, and told me that I needed to forgive him, because otherwise I would have bitterness in my heart,” said Field, now a writer who blogs about her experience leaving the Christian fundamentalist movement. “I was trying to tell her that my boyfriend had raped me, and her reaction was to tell me that I needed to repent for my sins and not worry about my rapist’s sins.”

A spokesperson for Pensacola Christian College, Amy Glenn, declined to comment on Field’s claims, citing the school’s policy of keeping student records confidential. She added that the college follows a “well-developed set of procedures” for students seeking counseling, but she could not offer specifics on PCC’s policies regarding sexual abuse.

Sadly, Field’s story is neither surprising nor uncommon in the world of Christian fundamentalism, where sexual contact is strictly forbidden outside of marriage and total submission to religious authority figures is required of all believers. Even though the Catholic Church has been home to the most high-profile pedophilia scandals, Evangelical churches, schools, and missionary groups have proven to be similarly susceptible to sexual and physical abuse, and equally adept at shielding perpetrators from punishment.

The issue of how Evangelical groups—and particularly fundamentalist Bible colleges—deal with allegations of abuse has come to the fore at Bob Jones University, where school officials recently fired, and then rehired, the outside Christian consulting firm Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment, or GRACE, to investigate the school’s handling of sexual abuse. Led by Basyle Tchividjian, an associate law professor at Liberty University and the grandson of Reverend Billy Graham, GRACE has caused a stir among evangelicals for having the audacity to point out the rampant rape and abuse among fundamentalist Christian groups. In remarks to journalists last year, Tchividjian said that the Christian mission field is a “magnet for sexual abusers,” and that he believes evangelicals are worse than the Catholic Church in the way that they deal with abuse in their congregations. (Tchividjian declined to speak with me until after GRACE issues its report on BJU.) At least two other Christian groups have terminated their relationships with GRACE, including the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism—which fired GRACE just weeks before the group was scheduled to release its final report on a two-year inquiry into allegations of sexual abuse by a former missionary in Bangladesh. New Tribes Mission, another Christian missionary group, ended its relationship with GRACE after the organization completed a 2010 report on abuse at an NTM missionary school in Senegal during the 1980s. (Although both NTM and GRACE say the parting was amicable, subsequent NTM investigations have been conducted by other outside consulting groups.)

The Bob Jones investigation, initially launched in late 2012, has been pretty earth-shattering for fundamentalist Christians. Although BJU publicly stated
 that the GRACE inquiry was just to “make certain that BJU’s policies and procedures for handling reports of sexual abuse both fully comply with every aspect of the law and ensure a loving, scripturally based response,” many saw the investigation as an implicit acknowledgement that sexual abuse is a reality, even among the godly students and faculty at Bob Jones.

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I wouldn't give you a dime for the rotten superficial type of shameful Christianity that they propagate in the PCC camp. At PCC the system always comes first, but individual people do not matter. People just want to be loved, a concept that Jeff Redlin and company still haven't learned. If PCC contacted me today to make peace, I would gladly lay down my keyboard and mouse and stop exposing them. Sadly, PCC's shameful pastors don't care. They have several thousand supporters and tens of millions of dollars, so they don't care about the 1% of hurting people like me and Samantha Field who need their love, understanding, help, patience and compassion. But instead we have been mistreated, shunned and abused by an authoritarian cult at Pensacola Christian College. They are a bunch of academic types at PCC, not church builders, so they have no compassion for people. Bob Jones University is just as bad.

Abuse has become the norm in today's religious institutions, because of the carnal attitude of college leaders toward people. Where is the love? Why cares? I am so disgusted with PCC and their hateful Campus Church pastors. If you ban people from going to church and refuse to talk with them when they are pleading to reconcile, don't be surprised when those hurting victims turn to social media to expose them as a cult. PCC deserves all the negative publicity they receive. I am just getting started preaching against PCC, until they humble themselves like I did, so that we can talk and make peace. I know I'll never hear from them, which just proves everything I am saying about them. People everywhere are sick and tired of the abuse in today's churches and Bible colleges toward hurting and divorced people.

PCC is a disgrace to the name of Jesus Christ. They refuse to take a stand against the cult at Bob Jones University (BJU). PCC just wants to make more money, but they couldn't care less about exposing false prophets, contending for the Christian faith, exposing the Devil's deadly Bible revisions or loving needy sinners as Christ did. My only crime was telling the truth, for which PCC's leaders and pastors hate my living guts, evidenced by their refusal to permit me to attend their Campus Church. I will never shut up!!! The way that you treat people matters. Jeff Redlin is a devil, a respecter of persons, a yuppie type opportunist who only cares about the people who pay his ungodly 6-digit salary. I pray for PCC to fire Redlin and bring in a genuine man of God who loves and cares about people. SHAME on PCC!!!

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