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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Ruckman’s view of the KJV translators

Considering that Ruckman teaches that the KJV translators' product is infallible, an examination of his views concerning them is in order. His views may surprise you. We will document our conclusions straight from Ruckman's own writings. Ruckman's teaching that the KJV is an inerrant translation naturally places extra scrutiny on […]

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Outline of common mistakes people make regarding Ruckmanism

1. Thinking Ruckmanites are historic Baptists. Teaching double inspiration, advanced revelation, that the KJV corrects the Greek and is superior to it, works salvation after the rapture, etc., is not historic Baptist teaching. 2. Thinking all Ruckmanites are uneducated. Perhaps many are, but exceptions abound. 3. Thinking they have little influence. […]

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Ruckman's sensational characterization of demons

Ruckman claims to know the size and shape of demons; he teaches that Christians can get infested with them at any time, and that those who believe there is one devil but many demons are apostates. Notice what he alleges in his own words: Devils range from the size of […]

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Ruckman luring overseas preachers to conferences with money

How has Ruckman lured hundreds of preachers living overseas into coming to hear him speak? By offering money–and lots of it. The documentation below about a conference in India that attracted approximately 1,450 pastors comes from p. 18 of the Bible Believer’s Bulletin, Aug. 2001. We also added something from […]

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Ruckmanism overseas

There are many against Ruckmanism who believe such teaching is losing ground and fading fast, therefore it can safely be ignored. There is no doubt that it has fallen into disrepute, but we at Ruckmanism.org believe there is a danger in believing that Ruckmanism will simply go away if it […]

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Timeline of major events in the life of Peter S. Ruckman

With few exceptions, this timeline is formed entirely from statements from the writings of Peter Ruckman (especially his autobiography). Some dates are tentative because at times we found differents dates for the same event in different books. We used an asterick (*) in those cases to indicate that a date was tentative for […]

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