In Ruckman's The Path of the Second Advent booklet he comes across as if he knows the exact route the Lord will take in the second phase of his coming. He is so confident that he referred to his route as an advanced revelation in the King James Bible. He even referred to some he was mocking for not being able to find the path of the second advent as "Bible babies" and "Bible blockheads." (p. 1, 2003 reprint) On the last page of his booklet he has a map showing the exact route the Lord is supposed to take.
However–does Ruckman really know the exact path of the second advent? Even though he did not demonstrate any doubt whatsoever in his booklet, observe what he admitted in his latest commentary, this one on the Song of Solomon:
Now the question is where does Armageddon enter in the path of Christ's Second Advent. The answer is that we don't know for sure. There are Scriptures like Isaiah 63:1-3 that seem to indicate that the Lord has already fought the Battle of Armageddon before He comes to Jerusalem. If that is the case, the He would have to hit Armageddon in the north before he goes down south to Sinai. If He doesn't do it then, then He would have to leave Jerusalem to go fight at Armageddon.
You will find places in my tapes, throughout the years, where I have taught both. You say, "Well, which is it? And the answer is: "I don't know." There have been times when I was convinced He went to Armageddon first, and there have been times I was convinced he went to Sinai first. So until the Lord gives me more light on the subject, I will just say there they [sic] are two routes for the Second Advent, and both are right: one comes before the other. (p. 155)
So much for this being an advanced revelation not in the Greek and mocking others who could not find the route of the second advent! His booklet claiming to know the exact route is still for sale at his bookstore.