Ruckman’s March 2009 periodical claims that “the KJV translators said that what they wrote was given to them by inspiration”

One time, a long time ago (1611), some sincere, honest men got together and put together a Book. Anyone can get the history of how many committees were formed, the quality and number of the translators, the care they took to double-check everything. We say God aided them, assisted them, and helped them produce a Book in English that He wanted produced, under a JEWISH name: King JACOB (Iακωβoς—“James”). It would be the standard for the whole world in the Seventeenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-First Centuries (Psa. 12:7). When they finished the Book, God “BREATHED” on it—as in Genesis 2:7; Job 32:8, 33:4; and Ezekiel 37:6, 8–19, 14. So instead of claiming “inspiration” for what they wrote, the King James translators said that what they WROTE (“scripture”) was “GIVEN” to them “BY INSPIRATION”; i.e., God BREATHED on the Scriptures they produced (πασα Υραφη Θεoπνευστoς) and gave them life (Heb. 4:12). (Bible Believers' Bulletin March 2009, p. 17)

Notice that no reference was provided to prove that the KJV translators said "that what they wrote was given to them by inspiration." There is no reference because the KJV translators said no such thing!

 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    YOU HAVE RUCKMANITIS!!

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