Throwing a hammer through a church window with people inside is assault with a deadly weapon. Double tap the degenerate.
“Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, O God: depart from me therefore, ye bloody men. For they speak against thee wickedly, and thine enemies take thy name in vain. Do not I hate them, O LORD, that hate thee? and am not I grieved with those that rise up against thee? I hate them with perfect hatred: I count them mine enemies. Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.”
Note very carefully that there's a difference between hating our personal enemies and hating those who are the declared enemies of God. Psalm 139 needs to be used very rarely, but this is one of the very, very few cases where we are called by God to respond with hatred to those who unquestionably are haters of God, His law, and His Word.
Unfortunately what happened to Mark Driscoll’s satellite church is not an isolated incident. Do some googling on First Orthodox Presbyterian Church of San Francisco, which fired its organist when it discovered he was a practicing homosexual and thereby ran afoul of anti-discrimination laws. The church's successful legal fight established the court precedent that churches can “discriminate” in their hiring practices based on their theology. However, winning the legal fight didn't stop the radical homosexual activists from repeated physical attacks on the church.
I have personal knowledge of several other incidents where churches were attacked by radical homosexuals and the incidents got swept under the rug either by police or by churches acting out of a wrong application of the biblical principle to turning the other cheek.
Very few Jewish synagogues or Muslim mosques would tolerate what happened to Mark Driscoll’s church — nor should they. We live in America where freedom of worship and private property rights are both guaranteed by the Constitution. Christianity does not teach pacifism and we need to respond to these sorts of attacks with public demands that the police prosecute those responsible, along with quieter steps to protect the church property via force of arms if necessary.
I doubt very much that this group of “Angry Queers” is more than an extreme fringe element; it would be too much to think this was an deliberate “probe” to see how Christians will respond. I'm speaking from a human perspective here — while there is probably no earthly conspiracy, we can be sure it **IS** a probe by the Devil to see how far he can push things. Failure to respond forcefully to attacks like this will invite more attacks by radical extremists, and more seriously, will cause organized liberal groups to think they can get away with other steps to silence Christian conservatives.
Christians are at war for survival in some of America's more radically liberal areas. We've always been in a spiritual war by people who want to silence our message in the public square, but it is becoming increasingly obvious we may be in a physical war as well pushed by those who not only want to silence our free speech rights but also physically attack us.