"I am convinced that some men are complementarian not because of their submission to God but because of ego and insecurity. It's a convenient theology. Sadly, these hyper-complementarians want to be "the head" without dying, serving, and loving like the head of the church commanded." -- Jackie Hill Perry
So Jackie Hill Perry, former lesbian and "spoken word" artist is now theologically taking down John MacArthur. I do not agree with everything John MacArthur preaches but the notion that he believes anything out of convenience or does not try to serve and love the body of Christ is so asinine I can barely put into words a response. This from someone who recently defended sharing the stage with the likes of Christine Caine and considers Bethel's Jenn Johnson her friend. The larger point that someone like Perry, who spends too much effort trying to appear "woke", keeps missing is that those who truly labor in teaching and preaching do not usually aspire to it. They do not wish to be the head because they read the bible and see they will be judged with a much harsher standard. The power and desire to be the head is from the false teachers you associate with. I feel like I can speak for MacArthur in saying he shudders at the responsibility of preaching the Gospel but as Paul once said -- woe is me if I do not preach it! Do you understand the solemnity to which I speak Jackie? I didn't think so. So with all due respect to Ms. Hill-Perry, to quote someone famous -- go home. Take Beth Moore, the SBC and the Christo-feminists with you. The time is running short, Jesus is coming back, and your fifteen minutes are up.
Reverend Anthony Wade -- October 22, 2019