Saturday, May 21, 2016

Bryan Delinger Supports Ruckman

I had posted some of his videos in the past but stopped once I realized too many points of disagreement. The support of Ruckman is deeply worrisome. I thought he had left Ruckman behind from one video but was not sure. In his book video, I did see Ruckman books on the shelf but did not want to judge as I have a bookshelf full of books I disagree with.  I suppose this is pretty direct.

This is too:

Why don't people get when they put a man's name like first, like Lutheranism or Ruckmanite, something has run off the rails. Jesus is supposed to be first and foremost in someone's mind. Ruckman has such crazy teachings, I wonder how people can fall for these wolves so easily. Are they afraid to go down the path some of us have gone here, where we realize most are fakes? Even the Jesus is Savior website owner has an undying loyalty for Jack Hyles who has endless false teachings too.

On the second video, I think he saw my article where I called Ruckman out for his views on abortion. See around the 8:28 mark. Ruckamn says a baby is not really a baby until it has it's first breath? Isn't that what Planned Parenthood teaches? At least Delinger says he disagrees the point but what kind of saved person would support abortion? We are called to examine the fruits. No one is asking anyone to be perfect but  Ruckman had other problems beyond the abortion issue too.



Anonymous said...

That is a huge collection of Ruckman teachings. Wonder how much money he has invested in all that? I am not saying that we can not learn from each other, but to me it is another example of placing a man between ourselves and Jesus Christ. Proverbs 3:5&6 also 1 John 2:27 - Don

Anonymous said...

Denlinger is a wolf. Watching his ascendance from a “nobody” with a harmless salvation message to a full-on minister of lordship salvation has been entertaining. Ruckman did his part to train these people to go out and corrupt the Gospel while reaping the benefits of gullible people and their generous donations with the same strategy many of the false teachers have employed in recent history.

Months ago, I’d see many trolls bombard his channel but since he changed the name of his ministry from “King James Bible Ministry” (or something like that) to the very Biblical (huh?) “Husky394xp,” it’s been toned down. Once he had his “church” established, it was time to let the organized trolls know that he was on the same team. Also, it’s hilarious to watch Bryan speak in a short sleeved shirt while his wife wears one of the same three tops that always includes a collar up her neck…you know, because she isn’t trying to portray herself with cult-like piousness, but instead showing women how to be extremely comfortable during hot summer days in the NE. Yeah, it’s tough not to laugh at those guys but I pray that others see through their nonsense and profiteering.

I enjoy your posts and thanks for what you’re doing here.

Bible Believer said...

I wonder how much it all cost too, those books look new. Some of those false preachers write like machines too and they fill up big thick books and do series, with endless words on the most mundane of topics even. They have to have assistances do the heavy writing for them or something. Maybe some get "channeled"

Bible Believer said...

I was disappointed by Denlinger too, all the usual pro- pre-trib rapture stuff and I agree about the lordship stuff too. Some of his videos were good, but how could he fall for Ruckman too? All the name changes confused me too. I haven't seen the wife, but always find the double and triple shirt layers like the Mormon women on Sister Wives to be weird. When women dress like they will die of heat stroke something is very wrong. Thanks for your compliments.

Anonymous said...

I am surprised by the tone of these comments. I don't know who Ruckman is, but maybe Bryan Denlinger has learnt much from his teaching.

Why would you criticise the way that he or his wife dress? He is not telling you what to wear.
Very low to attack someone on this personal level.

I support Bryan and his wife in prayer against these attacks.

Bible Believer said...

What is there to learn from Ruckman? Jesuit inspired confusion? KJV Onlyism to the extreme meant to dissuade people? Also it weirds me out how some are so insistent that a specific preacher is the height of perfection. Some guy writes a million books, and supposedly he's an expert on everything. I have read some Ruckman's excerpts online, I found it harder to wade through then some extreme Gnostic writing, something was wrong with it. Kind of reminds me of Hyles and his odd books.

Anonymous said...

These people muddy the waters for the people who believe that the KJB is the Word of God. They seem to be there to discredit the rest. I myself read the KJV only, as all other bibles are a product of Rome.

Anonymous said...

Leave the woman alone...why do you give a flip about the clothes she wears!

Anonymous said...

Galatians 1:6-9 I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ unto another gospel: Which is not another; but there be some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ.But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.As we said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

From a website posted below:

He believes men were saved by blood plus works in the Old Testament, by faith plus works in the Tribulation, and by works alone in the Millennium. In Millions Disappear: Fact or Fiction? Ruckman says: “If the Lord comes and you remain behind, then start working like a madman to get to heaven, because you’re going to have to. ... You must keep the Ten Commandments (all of them, Ecclesiastes 12:13), keep the Golden Rule (1 John 3:10), give your money to the poor, get baptized, take up your cross, hold out to the end of the Tribulation, wait for Jesus Christ to show up at the Battle of Armageddon, and be prepared to die for what you believe. In the Tribulation you cannot be saved by grace alone, like you could before the Rapture.”
In fact, consider how Ruckman himself describes his family life in days gone by: “I have had two wives desert me after fifteen years of marriage ... I have been in court custody cases, where seven children’s futures were held in the balance; in situations where Gospel articles were being torn out of typewriters, Biblical artwork torn off the easels, women trying to throw themselves out of cars at fifty m.p.h., mailing wedding rings back in the middle of revival services, cutting their wrists, threatening to leave if I did not give my church to their kinfolk; deacons threatening to burn down my house and beat me up; children in split custody between two domiciles two hundred miles apart, and knock-down, drag-out arguments in the home sometimes running as long as three days” (The Last Grenade, p. 339). That is what the man admits took place. Some of the choice names Ruckman calls men who disagree with him are “jackass,” “poor, dumb, stupid red legs,” “silly asses,” “apostolic succession of bloated egotists,” “two-bit junkies,” “two-faced, tin-horned punks,” “incredible idiots,” “egotistical jack legs,” “conservative asses whose brains have gone to seed,” “cheap, two-bit punks,” and “stupid, little, Bible-rejecting apostates.”

Romans 4:1-8 plainly states that both Abraham before the law and David under the law were saved by faith without works. This is the only plan of salvation God ever has had and ever will have--salvation by grace alone through faith alone based upon the shed blood of Jesus Christ alone. The Old Testament saints did not know what the New Testament saint knows, but Romans 4 makes it plain that the Old Testament saints were saved by faith without works. Like Abraham, they believed God and it was counted unto them for righteousness.

Those who are saved in the Tribulation will also be saved through faith in the blood of Jesus Christ and through this alone. “These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb” (Rev. 7:14).

Anonymous said...

From Way of website:
Some of Ruckman’s long-overlooked “biblical truths” include the following:

(1) Angels are thirty-three year old males without wings; and all women in the Church Age will receive thirty-three year old male bodies at the Rapture.

(2) The plan of salvation for Tribulation saints is faith plus works and the plan of salvation in the Millennium is works alone.

(3) When the believer is born again, his soul is literally cut loose from the inside of his fleshly body. (Ruckman takes spiritual circumcision very literally!)

(4) Demons are winged creatures ranging in size from those of flies and mosquitoes to eagles and vultures.

(5) Sexual unions constitute marriage in God’s sight.

(6) The soul is an invisible bodily shape. “The problem is the word ‘soul,’ but since there isn’t one pre-millennial, soul-winning, fundamentalist who knows what a soul is (see the entire library of books published by Eerdmans, Baker, Zondervan, and the Sword of the Lord before 1970) ... The soul in the Bible is an invisible BODILY SHAPE. In the Old Testament, the soul is almost synonymous with the body, for it is STUCK TO IT till death” (Ruckman, Problem Texts, p. 145).

(7) The flood mentioned in 2 Peter 3 is not Noah’s flood but is one that supposedly occurred at the judgment of the earth, when Satan was cast out of Heaven. He admits that no other Bible teacher has held this view: “Now who could get a message so simple all muddled up? Answer: Every major fundamental Bible scholar and teacher in the United States, without one exception. If you were to ask Henry Morris what the verses refer to he’d say Noah’s flood: ditto Harry Rimmer, Clarence Larkin, J. Vernon McGee, Swindle (sic), MacArthur, Bob Jones III ... the Scofield Board of Editors” (Ruckman, The Unknown Bible, p. 67).

(8) “God has ordained on this earth 12 boundaries, with 12 nations, who are destined to leave this earth (transported by angels--Luke 16:22), and populate outer space infinitely and forever, beginning with the 12 constellations that are seen on the earth once every 12 months” (The Unknown Bible, p. 588).

(9) “In eternity, the Christian is in New Jerusalem; he is in his apartment house that is made out of transparent gold, like clear glass. ... He is called out on trips, and these trips take him to Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Uranus, etc. transporting couples into gardens placing them down and saying, ‘be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth’“ (Ibid., p. 592).

(10) “I know they [demons] have to be small. ... there’s two little animals that have wings. One’s a fly and the other’s a mosquito. Know what these things are? They’re pictures of demons. THE THINGS HAVE WINGS” (Ruckman, Demons and Christians, Bible Baptist Bookstore, 1976, side 1).

Some Ruckmanites have challenged me to refute the Ruckman doctrines we have cited. I don’t have to refute them; they are self refuting for the simple fact that they have no biblical authority, just as Rome’s dogmas of purgatory and the ascension of Mary are self refuting. Why should we have to refute nonsense? The Bible instructs us to avoid the foolish and unlearned questions of heretics (2 Tim. 2:23; Titus 3:9-11), and Ruckman’s new doctrines certainly fall into this category.

Anonymous said...

More of Ruckman's beliefs from a website:
In his 1996 book Black Is Beautiful, Ruckman claims that UFOs are real. Ruckman believes that some of the medieval plagues in Europe were caused by UFOs, that a B-52 bomber was downed by a UFO and that aliens disemboweled the crew members, and that a crew member of a US Navy ship was transported into the future. He believes the CIA has implanted brain transmitters in children, old people, blacks, and prisoners (p. 243) and operates underground alien breeding facilities (p. 256). He believes in Atlantis (p. 171) and the Bermuda Triangle, time warps (p. 160), creatures with one eye (p. 173), web footed aliens, blue aliens with blue blood (pp. 85, 86), black aliens with green blood (p. 244), and grey aliens with clear blood (pp. 310-11). He believes that Adam originally had water in his veins instead of blood (p. 185). He believes that the government is involved with UFO animal mutilations (p. 247). He believes that black helicopters carrying UN troops are “circling your homes” with the mission of attacking and imprisoning the populace (p. 233). He believes the U.S. federal government has kidnapped people and kept them alive in “amber liquid” (p. 230). He believes that the CIA flies around in space ships developed from technology gained when the government made a deal with aliens to allow them to kidnap children and use their organs as food and to experiment on U.S. citizens (pp. 291, 295-297).

In The Unknown Bible, Ruckman claims to hold to 14 “biblical truths” which all other Bible teachers have overlooked. On page 347, Ruckman modestly claims: “Do you realize that in these last two chapters, you have learned a dozen things that were unknown to the greatest Bible teachers in the world? In 2000 years of church history, they haven’t even been able to find the passage which dealt with these things we have been talking about.”

Anonymous said...

Galatians 2:16-21
Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law shall no flesh be justified.

17 But if, while we seek to be justified by Christ, we ourselves also are found sinners, is therefore Christ the minister of sin? God forbid.

18 For if I build again the things which I destroyed, I make myself a transgressor.

19 For I through the law am dead to the law, that I might live unto God.

20 I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.

21 I do not frustrate the grace of God: for if righteousness come by the law, then Christ is dead in vain.

Anonymous said...

Galatians 3:10-14 For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is every one that continueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them.

11 But that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God, it is evident: for, The just shall live by faith.

12 And the law is not of faith: but, The man that doeth them shall live in them.

13 Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree:

14 That the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith.

Bible Believer said...

I was hoping on here some would list the crazy beliefs of Ruckman. I read them years and years ago, so thank you for taking the time to list some of the worse ones anon. How could anyone accept that man as a legitimate teacher? All I had to do is watch a few videos as he was drawing things out, to know he was a fake.

Brian Harlow said...

To clear some things up about Bryan Denlinger:

1. His books from Ruckman I believe were purchased while he was still working his secular job BEFORE he became a preacher. I believe you can buy all of Ruckman's books (like 70 or more) for 550.00 from his website. I think Bryan bought them over 10 or 15 years ago so it would have been less than.

2. "He teaches that men are saved in different ways"
The Bible teaches that God deals with people in different ways. How could a Jew 3000 years ago have been saved by the blood of Jesus Christ when it hadn't happened yet? You say well they were saved by looking forwards to the cross... then why were his disciples so confused every time Jesus said that he would have to die and rise again? Peter even rebuked him for it in Matthew 16! So how can you say these people were saved like we are today. That is nonsense! How come when people asked Jesus how to attain eternal life he responded to keep the commandments? Why didn't he tell them to trust in his finished work on the cross? This non-dispensational system is heresy. And teaching it is not false! Why? Because the dispensation we are in now is the one that you must make sure you teach correctly and Bryan Denlinger teaches it spot on.

Bible Believer said...

God exists out of time. Yeah that's my answer to your question. The blood of cross saves those present, past and future. God would know who would have to be under Romans 2, or not and who lived before Jesus was here on earth.

I had hoped his Ruckman library was for research and exposure, but silly me, another disappointment who has aligned with a wicked cruel man of false doctrine.

Ruckman's description of his own family life, tells me he didn't treat his wives and others very well. What made the women and others so upset. He doesn't even fulfil 1 Timothy edicts.

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