Ruckman's Failed Prediction - "The Year 2000 is the limit for the Advent"

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I know you keep saying "that's just one crazy thing he believed" but when you add them all up that's a whole lot of crazy.
Yes but here's the thing: it still doesn't change the fact that he got so much outside of those things you added up right, when most popularized preachers today don't.

There will never be a perfect teacher or preacher to follow. Follow God and he will show you multiple people to guide you, and you take what you can and move on.
 

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In one post your in my pants measuring the size of my testicles
Funny how he claims not to be a Ruckmanoid, yet he imitates his cult leader with nearly every post.

The fruit doesn't fall far from the tree.
 

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I don't see a guy who had it 95% correct.
I'm sure UGly still believes this. But it's getting harder for him to list the 95% of things L. Ron Ruckman believed that weren't bat-crap insane.
 

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Ransom you lose more credibility with every post.
Isn't that special? Bless your cult-leader-worshiping pointy head.
 

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To those who call anyone who agrees with any of Ruckman's doctrinal positions a "Ruckmanite", or in a "cult", count the names in this quote:

"The people of that church introduced me to the Scofield Reference Bible. One man gave me a book I still treasure, Dispensational Truth by Clarence Larkin. (Only the Lord knows how many nights I gave up sleep to pour over those charts!)... I would spend every spare dollar collecting the works of A. C. Gaebelein, August Van Ryn, Graham Scroggie, and others... pointed out those parts of God s word specifically for the Jew, the Gentile, and the Church of God, and highlighted minute but meaningful differences between the four Gospels, time periods in Acts, and the kingdom age set against eternity. All of these men placed the focus of their dispensational studies on the person of the Lord Jesus Christ showing what He had done, was doing, and will yet do from age to age. He was truly given all the glory. Later, I would be introduced to the works of Peter Ruckman, Greg Estep, and others who drew sharper lines of distinction, then to Cornelius Stam, J. C. O hair, Dave Reese, and others who taught to varying degrees and with skillful persuasion that the Bible was not only to be divided but that it consisted of parts so different that there were great impassable gulfs between Paul and Peter, one portion of Acts and another, and, in fact, ways for men to gain eternal life apart from the sacrifice of Christ at Calvary. My searching into these matters reached its depths when I plowed my way through every note and cross reference in The Companion Bible and as I read with a mixture of wonder and concern through all the other works of E. W. Bullinger. For good measure, I found relief in the excellent work Wrongly Dividing the Word of Truth by Harry Ironside. Let me say that I thank God for every one of these men and the hundreds of other authors and preachers not mentioned, for their study and teaching. I am truly appreciative for each bit of truth they passed from their hearts and minds to mine." -James Knox, Forward for One Book Rightly Divided by Douglas D. Stauffer

Alert the cult of anti-cult, we have a ScoLarkGaebeleinRynScrogEstepStamHairReeseBullingerIronStaufferRuckmanite on our hands.

Now try and tell us all the Bible says you can only have 1 teacher total, too. Good luck with that "ite" business.

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Let's recap what just happened:

Strategy for this thread: The Pokemon Baton Pass Sweep
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(Wow yall got taken out by a Pokemon strategy)

How it works: Send in your first guy (Ruckman) and repeatedly use the move "Protect" or "Substitute" with all attacks focused on him.

Meanwhile, boost your Attack / Speed stats in the background as a natural response to all failed attacks.

Let the opponent build up to his strongest move, then use "Baton Pass" after this move does its best damage to your HP: "Baton Pass" will pass all of your boosted Attack / Speed stats to the rest of your team, one at a time, as you proceed to Sweep the opponent all in one go.


It's 2020. Get your game up.
So you get your debating strategy from Pokeman? Weren't you just calling someone else a soy boy not too many posts back?
 

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strategy from Pokeman? Weren't you just calling someone else a soy boy not too many posts back?
A gentle giant holds back his strength against weak opponents.

And what, you never played Pokemon? What do you live in the stone age?

This is your generation's jam, huh:
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Some of that quarantine croquet?
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Dr. D.A. Waite, noted scholar and defender of the Textus Receptus and King James Version, is one of those who is afraid to be associated with Rucky's brand of "crazy."

"I have studiously stayed away from the extreme position, however, of Dr. Peter Ruckman. I believe that position is heresy. That position in effect says that the King James Bible is not a translation but is direct, Holy-Spirit revelation, [coming] word for word, including the italics, from God in 1611. I believe that position is heresy. I believe that is adding revelation to the Word of God where He said the canon was closed. . . . I believe to say that God supplanted and threw away the Hebrew and Greek that He gave us originally and now He is giving us special word for word revelation in the English language called the King James Bible, I believe that is heresy."
 

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Dr. D.A. Waite, noted scholar and defender of the Textus Receptus and King James Version, is one of those who is afraid to be associated with Rucky's brand of "crazy."

"I have studiously stayed away from the extreme position, however, of Dr. Peter Ruckman. I believe that position is heresy. That position in effect says that the King James Bible is not a translation but is direct, Holy-Spirit revelation, [coming] word for word, including the italics, from God in 1611. I believe that position is heresy. I believe that is adding revelation to the Word of God where He said the canon was closed. . . . I believe to say that God supplanted and threw away the Hebrew and Greek that He gave us originally and now He is giving us special word for word revelation in the English language called the King James Bible, I believe that is heresy."

Until recently Ruckman's position on the KJV and his demeanor were about all I knew about him. I'm finding him to be a much more...colorful... man than what I ever new.
 

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We call this disease in leadership people pleasing.
What do you call yours? I'm speculating there's an extra chromosome or two involved.
 

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No, you don't play pokemon because it's too hard for you to figure out.

Adults don't go out of their way to literally tell everyone "I'm an adult" in response to something like that, unless they have a self-conscious need to front that they're more mature or accomplished than they actually are.

Sort of like those "men" who go around passively insinuating in the most unassertive way possible that other men are gay in hopes to validate their straightness to all their blue-pill buddies (all hopeless with women), in reality covering up the fact that you're a flaming homosexual. These "men" no doubt attach themselves to only one teacher, "total", and secretly build rainbow shrines of paper hearts to them in their closets (paper cut out of the KJV since they hate this book).

As far as "adulthood", no doubt my resume would probably demolish yours in all areas, yet I can still pick up a Nintendo.

It's 2020. Get electricity.
I don't know of any adults who play/watch Pokeman. I'm sure they exist I just don't know of any. My oldest son did watch Yugio up until he was 14 or 15 I guess that would be similar.

I'm not sure where your gay rant come from. In order not to speculate I'll remain silent on that one.
 

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Not as much as you're wasting ours, anyway.
Finally. You admit you think I'm wasting your time, so from now on continuing to follow me around and trolling everything I post would make you a liar.

Since I'm wasting your time, don't respond to me again.


For tmjbog, you should know better. Additionally, that wasn't just for you. People can recall their comments and tactics: if the shoe fits, blue-pillers.
 

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Finally. You admit you think I'm wasting your time, so from now on continuing to follow me around and trolling everything I post would make you a liar.
And less than ten minutes later, you're posting questions to me, proving you don't really believe this.

Mama UG was a hero raising you, what with your developmental difficulties and all.
 
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