Jackie Hill Perry, who recently made headlines after claiming that “God primarily deals with her in dreams,” says that you don’t need “discernment bloggers” to teach you how to spot false teachings.
In 2018, Hill Perry was featured in a prominent and widely-viewed “discernment” film titled American Gospel, which turned the spotlight largely on the Word of Faith gospel that has infected the American Church. Unfortunately, while this film did feature a number of solid, biblically sound teachers, pastors, and church leaders, including men like Paul Washer, John MacArthur, and Voddie Baucham, sadly, it included a number of compromised church leaders as well, including John Piper and Matt Chandler.
Hill Perry has since completely turned her back on the film and completely embraced the “woke church” gospel and mixed it with the charlatanry of absurdly false prophets including those from Bethel Church. In other words, she has completely embraced every error and heresy the film that she was once featured in set out to expose.
In the wake of her total apostasy, several discerning church leaders and laypeople have been sounding the horn on Hill Perry, including The Dissenter (formerly Reformation Charlotte), Protestia, Michelle Lesley, and Justin Peters. Many more have been warning her as well, calling her to repent and believe the gospel, yet, she has dug her heels in and continued to separate herself from the true Bride of Christ.
The Dissenter featured Jackie Hill Perry in our False Teacher of the Day series, issue number 43. Hill Perry is a promoter of several false teachings including that one need not repent of same-sex attraction. In an interview with Mule, she stated:
And so I say all that to say, when I first came, when I felt the Lord calling me to himself, I was just like, ‘all right, I don’t really want to be straight, though’. This is what I told God in my conversation with him in my room. And I felt like God was saying, like, ‘don’t even worry about all that, like, Come, I’m calling you to me, I want you to love me, I want you to serve me. And we’ll work all of that out’.
Now, in a recent video on Instagram, she lambasts those “discernment bloggers” that speak out against her false teachings and her embrace of heresy. “If you follow somebody or something and literally all the content they produce is talking about other people,” she says, “you don’t need these people to teach you how to spot false teaching or error.”
To put it another way, “if you’re a sheep, you don’t need a sheepdog to tell you how to spot a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” says the wolf in sheep’s clothing.