Ruckman: “No women in heaven”

“No women in heaven” is the eye-catching title of an article written by Peter Ruckman in which he elaborates on his sensational theory. His basic premise is that since the resurrected bodies of the saints will be transformed to match the likeness of Christ, it will necessarily result in 33-year […]

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Ruckman’s unbalanced definition of marriage

Peter Ruckman has many unusual views for someone who passes himself off as a Baptist, and the matter of marriage is no exception. According to Ruckman, when a man and woman sleep together for the first time, they are getting married. Notice the following brief quotes which summarize his beliefs […]

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Ruckman and the Gap Theory

The Gap Theory is one of the unusual teachings Peter Ruckman emphasizes, therefore it merits at least a brief review at Ruckmanism.org. What is the Gap Theory? In his excellent book Unformed and Unfilled, Weston Fields provides a brief definition worth noting: Not all gap theorists agree on the details […]

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Ruckman advertising himself?

Peter Ruckman has been known to mock preachers whose pictures show up repeatedly in the same publication. Case in point: "… never published an issue without presenting you with a picture of himself a minimum of four times! … That is a publisher advertising himself in his own paper. (Ruckman, […]

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Example of Ruckman’s lack of fairness on the KJV issue

At Ruckmanism.org we do not endorse any modern translations. Although the main purpose of this website is not for exposing other translations, we are concerned about the proliferation of translations and we do provide a list of literature on the topic that we consider to be balanced compared to most […]

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Statement regarding Dr. Peter Ruckman’s death

The Bible Baptist Bookstore website announced that Peter S. Ruckman died April 21, 2016. This website will continue and will be updated from time to time with new articles, as there is no doubt that the false teachings and influence of Ruckmanism will linger for many decades. It can be […]

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Ruckman’s vicious ungodly language

Most who have read even a small sampling of Peter Ruckman’s literature do not need convincing that Ruckman’s language can often be outrageous and unbecoming of someone who considers himself to be born again, let alone a pastor who trains future preachers. However, depending on the sampling one has been […]

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